HP PSC 1610 - Paper Jam Error

Posted on 2009-02-19
Last Modified: 2013-12-15
Hi there. Recently my aunt had a paper jam on her HP PSC 1610. The paper was in the process of getting jammed and she freaked out so she shut off the power and pulled the paper through the front. So when she plugged it back in everything seemed ok but it didn't want to print. She says she can take copies, so the printer DOES work. I'm assuming that it has something to do with printer settings/drivers. Altough i did try to delete the printer from Control Panel> Printers. Maybe i didn't erase the whole print driver? Anyways thats why im here. Suggestions? Thanks.
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    >>  but it didn't want to print   <<   any errors?
    otherwise, download the installer from here :»

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