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printers are very sensitive and need to take car about some rules
1 - using 80 G paper sheets
2 - don't use ‌two times one paper. it cause printer to jam
3 - when printer is off please cover it. most of printers problem, caused by dust
4- try to read printers manual
5 - another problem is bad charging (cartridge)
6 - clean up the paper casset from anything
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13.02.00 paper jam on tray 2. i have removed the tray and even the catridges but can't find any paper. I don't know where the sensor is as this may be the cause as well. Please need urgent assistance


Number 1 you failed to mention what kind of printer you have.
Number 2 when you print, does paper even feed into the printer?
When was the last time that you replaced the feed rollers?
Yes it is possible that a sensor is jammed. Before the 13.02 error,
did the printer actually have a paper jam? If yes, was there a piece of paper
missing from the jammed sheet or was it whole?

Jul 15, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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sticking paper


Do not use recycled paper in this machine if you can. I would also try to fan the **** of paper before installing it in the machine.

Aug 02, 2010 | Lexmark Office Equipment & Supplies

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My Ip90 won't feed paper when I try to print a job.


Hi there,
If the paper does not feed properly it could be due to the follwong causes.

Cause 1 : Inappropriate paper type used
Action : * Check to see if the paper you are printing on is too thick or curled.
* Check if the paper exceeds the load limit mark, if it exceeds, load less paper.

Cause 2 : Paper Feed Roller is dirty.
Action : Follow the steps described below to clean the Paper Feed Rollers.
If envelopes or post cards do not feed properly, even after correctly any paper curl, clean the Paper Feed Roller.
1) Ensure that the printer is turned on and there is no paper loaded in the printer.
2) Hold the RESUME/CANCEL button down and release after the POWER lamp flashed there three times.
The paper roller rotates as it cleans.
3) Repeat this cleaning operation one more time.
4) Load a sheet of plain paper in the printer.
5) Hold the RESUME/CANCEL button down and release after the POWER lamp flashes three times, then feed a sheet of paper.

Cause 3 : Paper jams.
Action : Remove the paper according to the following procedure.
1) Slowly pull the paper out, either from the Auto Sheet Feeder or from the Output Slot Cover, whichever is easier.
* If the paper tears and a piece remains inside the printer, open the Print Head Cover and remove it.
Caution: Be careful not to touch any components inside the printer.
* If you cannot pull the paper out, turn the printer off and turn it on again.
The paper will be ejected automatically.
2) Reload the paper into the printer and press the RESUME/ CANCEL button.
If you cannot remove the paper or if the paper tears inside the printer or if the Paper Jam error continues after removing the paper, contact the Customer care center.

Hope this helps.
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Thanks
Have a good day.

Dec 03, 2009 | Canon PIXMA iP90 Mobile Printer

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The printer is feeding a blank sheet of paper between printed sheets. How do I rectify this?


This causes the printable area on the page to be that much less (10 3/4 or 10 1/2 on an 11 inch page). The software thinks the paper is 11 inches long and keeps track, down to the micro inch, where it is on the paper. When it reaches the 10 1/2 inches, your printer calls the page done and ejects it. However, the software thinks there is still another 1/2 inch to print (usually the footer area). Now when you insert a new sheet of paper, the software finishes printing the rest of the page (normally a blank footer) and form feeds to the next sheet. To correct what the software thinks the paper size is, you need to run the Preferences application and change the default settings. Select the Printer button. In the next window, select the 'Change Defaults....' button. Change both the Document size and the Paper size to a height of 10.875 and click OK. Try a new document to see if the paper size is correct. You may need to go back and change the height a few times until it is correct (the height changes in .125 increments). Usually either 10.875 (for 1/4 inch forced top margin printers) or 10.75 ( for 1/2 inch forced top margin printers) will work.

Oct 13, 2009 | HP Photosmart C6180 All-In-One InkJet...

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mp460 feeds more than one pages


Hi ...

There is no hardware fault in this perticular situation. This happens because of paper loaded. There are 2 possible resolution to this problem:

I) Fan paper prior to inserting it into the MP460

  1. Remove paper from the ASF.

  2. Open the paper output tray. (See <2> in Figure 1 below.)

  3. Set the paper thickness lever according to the media being used. (See <3> in Figure 1 below.)

    Note: For paper thickness lever settings, use the following setings for the media type being used: Right side: Envelopes / T-Shirt transfers. Left side: All other media types.

    * Figure 1

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    The illustration shows the PIXMA MP460


  4. Fan out the sheets of paper so that they do not stick together.

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  5. Load paper in the auto sheet feeder with the paper's print side facing up. (See <1> in Figure 2 below.)

  6. Align paper to the right edge of the auto sheet feeder. (See <2> in Figure 2 below.)

  7. Pinch and slide the paper guide to the paper's left side. (See <3> in Figure 2 below.)

    * Figure 2

    05sj00091_03.jpg
    The illustration shows the PIXMA MP460
II) Load fewer sheets into the MP460
Don't forget to vote if this helps ... Cheers :)

Jul 17, 2009 | Canon PIXMA MP460 All-In-One InkJet...

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