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open the printer buy unscrewing the screws and loosening some clips that hold the case together, be careful though brother printer cartridges

user a screwdriver to open it 

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first open the door of the paper, if you can pull it out slowly do so. it not, open the backdoor of the printer then pull out slowly the paper, be careful not to rip the paper 

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