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I have a IBM InfoPrint Color 1454 printer with the message of a paper jam in areas A,B,D.  I have checked everywhere including the image transfer unit and fuser unit.  I have cleaned it and rebooted it several times.  I've exhausted all of my avenues.  Does anyone have any suggestions?  Thank you.
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You should carefully check if there is any small piece o f paper actuating one of the sensor, or if some sensor is out of position or broken.
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I will check this again.  I think probably there are bad sensors and I will need to replace.  Thanks.
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