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SOURCE: False Paper Jam

Hello,

 

My name is Vikram Kumar Thumu, from India-Hyderabad. I have seen your message on the issue related to Paper Jam error messages even though there is no paper jam in printer . I would like to provide my suggestions on the issue. I hope that this should work for you and will resolve the issue.

 

This issue could happen if there is an issue with any small paper jam in the Printer, or due to the communicational issue .

 

To isolate the issue, I recommend you to perform below steps.

 

Steps are:

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1. Power OFF printer and then please Disconnect the Printer from Computer and then disconnect the Power cable of Printer from wall outlet.

 

2. Check thoroughly in Printer that there is no small piece of paper in the Printer.

 

3. Let the Printer be disconnected and idle for 5 minutes.

 

Meanwhile please perform further steps on Computer.

 

  Note: The below steps are applicable if you are using WINDOWS 2000/XP/VIsta Operating system in  your PC

 

  Steps are:

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 Perform the below steps to restart the print spooler :

1. Click Start>Run

2. Type services.msc

3. Click OK

4. A Window will pop up with so many services listed.

5. Scroll down to locate "print spooler" in the list, right click on it and click "Restart"

6. Restart the Computer.

 

Once if you are done with steps, please connect the Printer and then Power ON Printer and check the issue.

 

This should resolve the issue for you.

 

 If you need any further assistance on the issue, you can mail me at thumuvikram@rediffmail.com . I'll be glad to help you.

 

Bye.

Posted on Oct 20, 2007

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SOURCE: paper jam problem in pixma mp145. E3 error.

I have trying resseting and the error message does not clear. I have checked the printer througly and there is no paper jam.

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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SOURCE: paper load and jammed problem

I have a problem of canon Mp180 printer. The problem is paper jam. When we start the print process and clear the process. It shows a message cancel printing.

Posted on Mar 20, 2009

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SOURCE: paper jam problem in pixma mp145. E3 error.

MP160 PIXMA paper feed jam E3 error. I completely solved this on my Canon MP160 printer but it is a common problem and the fix may work for others such as MP130 MP140 MP145 MP150 MP170 or MP180. With the problem I had, the printer would make the usual motor whirring noises but would not feed the paper. The usual c-clunk sound that indicated the feed roller has been engaged was not there. The screen warning said to remove jammed paper and the printer showed an E3 error.

The problem was caused by the ink cartridge carrier becoming stcky on its track and not fully returning to the rest position on the right side (as viewed from the front). The fix involved taking the printer apart and lubricating the cartridge carrier track and the ramps that lift the cradle that rises to cover the printheads. Unfortunately you have to dismantle the printer and separate the scanner unit to get to the lubrication points. Its not a quick fix.

When you have the printer apart you will see a prominent white lever held by a coiled spring just behind the rest position of the ink cartridge carrier. The lever is actuated by the ink cartridge carrier when it moves to the right. If the lever is not actuated, the motor drive will never engage the large grey feed roller and the paper in the hopper cannot be fed into the printer. Make sure to also put some lube onto the lever at the point where it is struck by the ink cartridge carrier.

Posted on Jun 13, 2009

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SOURCE: My Canon PIXMA Pro9000 InkJet Photo Printer paper jam error

Had the same problem with mine. Shook it upside down and cleaned it with air cans after reading this solution for other canon printers:
http://www.fixya.com/support/t119769-false_paper_jam_warning_canon_pixma
To my surprise, it worked perfectly... and was great stress relief.

Posted on Oct 22, 2009

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