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The kodak gloss paper gets jammed in my hp photosmart 7350 printer towards the end of printing photos

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You have an HP printer. I highly recommend you use HP photo paper for the best results. This may not solve your jamming problem but it may. HP printers are very touchy as to what photo paper you use.

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How I tested it was simple. I roughed up(wrecking) one sheet and ran it through, it saw the page and printed. after that I tested with semi-gloss and it seems to work better.

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