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Paper Jam I am running a 11x17 28lb paper, full color, but it keeps on giving me jams. I am getting the paper jams. I switched to the bypass and it also gives me jams, this only happens after the second sheet gets printed with magenta. Please help. Its a Canon 1120.

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This is probably the sensor inside the transfer sheet or the reflection plate under the cleaning blade assy being dirty. also there is a reflection plate on the bottom of the transfer sheet near the gear assy

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