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Cardstock Printing Issue

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Hp 4652 Officejet
Microsoft Windows 10 (32-bit)

I have been printing on card stock for awhile not its misfeeding and cutting part of my project off.. Anyway to fix this problem?

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Over time rollers can get dirty and that makes them glossy and they tend to slip on media. Usually more noticeable on heavier or difficult to feed media. You can try cleaning rollers with a damp lint free cloth. Wear can also be a problem.

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