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'No inputs found'

I have created an Electrum wallet, but am having no luck in trying to sweep into it the balance of my Bitcoin paper wallet. When I entered my (compressed) Private Key in 'Sweep' in the Electrum wallet menu (and yes, the light was green), I received the message "No inputs found. (Note that inputs need to be confirmed)." After some research, I found out how to obtain my uncompressed Private Key (through [bitaddress.org](https://bitaddress.org)). But when I used that in Electrum, I got the same result. Logging in to [Blockchain.com](https://Blockchain.com) has confirmed that my coin is still there. In case it's relevant, the paper wallet was created in 2017, but I purchased some more Bitcoin (and sent it to that paper wallet) a few weeks ago. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.
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