I don't know if there is a solution for your problem, I had the same trouble and wasn't able to find repair parts. Check the transfur rollers, mine had turned to mush and would cause the paper to go sidways and wrinkle. I was able to get some neopreme and make new roller tires, I have pictures if your interested. Mine now works well but in taking it apart I got the sequanceing out of step and it dosen't copy to the end of the page. About a inch and a half short.
Finding someone that has worked on these copiers has been difficult, though they were very populer.
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Re: Paper feed problem Canon PC25 copier
Check where exactly it wrinkle .it is most likely to be from the fuser unite.i.e where the paper comes out .if the fuser rollers is having mark or the paper sepration finger ontop of the roller is bend or loses its springing ability
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It is possible there is some foreign material within the system specially stuck up in the rollers or the drive and so the feed of the paper tends to make the wrinkles.
Also the alignment of the ROLLERS must be clean so as to make the paper be drawn into in EQUAL force , if not the paper will move sideways and cause damage to the paper.
I can find no reference to this error but presume your paper is being drawn in then stops so you have to remove the toner to get the paper out. What can happen on this model is the black plastic clip for the output tray falls off onto the paper and gets drawn into the paper feed area of the machine. it then jams the lifter and consequently stops the paper. Take out the toner and have a good look in the paper feed roller area to see if there is something stopping it.
YOur problem is likely worn feed rubber. It is an old machine. Has it ever been serviced?
Did this happen after a paper jam?
Try this: UNPLUG the copier Take out the paper tray. Prepare a dry cloth that is dampened with WD 40. Open the door on the right side of the coper. You should see 1 large, gray or black rubber roller. Gently wipe the roller with the WD 40 cloth, slowly turning the roller. It only turns 1 way, towards the exit direction of the paper from the copier.
Let the WD 40 soak in, about 10 minutes. Put the paper tray back in, plug the copier back in and try to make a copy. If it makes a copy, the feed roller needs replaced, If it doesn't make a copy, check the top sheet of paper in the tray. If you see skid marks, you definitely need a feed roller. No, they are not easy to change.
As long as the roller feeds, go for it. When it starts slipping then you'll have to do something about that feed roller.
When using ADF
* Set a document on the Platen Glass if you want to scan it at optimum quality,
* The area (range) within 0.08"/2mm from the top edge if document cannot be printed since the machine cannot scan it.
*Do not load the following types of documents in the ADF. They will jam.
-Wrinkled or creased paper
- Curled paper
- Torn paper
- Paper with holes
- Carbon paper or carbon-backed paper
- Surface treated paper
- Onion skin or thin paper
- Photogragh or thick paper.
1) Remove any documents from the PLaten Glass.
2) Open the Document Tray.
3) Load the document in the ADF.
Load the document with the side you want to copy, or scan face up in the ADF.
4) Adjust the Doument Guides to match the document width.
Ensure that the edge of the document stack is in line with the Paper Size Mark imprinted on the Document Tray.
Hope this helps.
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There are about 4 possibilites. The paper in the drawer could have bent up corners, not laying in there good and flat, Fuser rollers bad or uneven spring pressure, something could be wrapped around registration roller or something in the paper path is catching the paper as it goes through the copier. Please rate this. Thanks
if you look at the top piece of paper in the cassette is there a smug mark or wrinkle in the paper. you my just need to clean the feed roller. ( black or gray roller ) . I'm not sher on this model if it is a rear paper feed or a cassette from under if it is a back feed one look in side the paper shoot of any fournobject is in there. Hope for the best.
you might want to figure out how the paper flows through the printer. Sets of rollers move the paper up, down, down, and up check from where the paper starts in and around to where it ends it might just be one piece of paper crumbled up very small somewhere lodged in the rollers.
This is a common problem, not only with your printer, but most at some time or other. In part it seems you get what you pay for, in that if you buy premium paper (business grade 40 mil), you normally have less problems. The paper is drawn into the printer by a rubber or compacted foam roller, and sometimes the paper sheets will sick to each other, and more than one will be drawn in. The best thing to do if you are using less expensive paper, or even the expensive stuff, is to "fan" the stack of paper several times with your thumb, at the end that will face the rollers, and also don't let the stack get down to only 3 or 4 sheets, as the problem is worse near the bottom of the stack.
Hope this helps.