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Re: Canon Pixma MP380 Copying problems
What happens when you make a copy from the glass (bot the doc feeder), or a print..
if this happens only when using the Doc Feed.
Look at the Slit_Glass, if there is drit on it, clean it, and try again?
Could also be the ink is leaking in the machine? clean the ink cartridges and where the Ink Cartridges are inserted.
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When you get marks from the document feeder it is dirt on the narrow optical strip that collects the image. Hinge up the rectangular lump at the top end of the feeder and clean the glass strip with alcohol hand sanitizer on a tissue and polish off. Whilst you at it clean the glass on the scan platen.
Most copier has an APS (Auto Paper Selection) as default, 8.5 x8.5 is a square original, I would suggest you manually select the paper tray (e.g. Letter) first (this will temporary disable the APS for this session), then lay it down on the original glass, or ADF (Auto Document Feeder).
If you do not disable APS, you will have paper jamming problem, you do not have 8.5 x8.5 is th paper tray, of course, you may try it feed from the by-pass tray, set the the paper size to 8.5 x8.5 or special size ....... Each manufacturer has a different name for the same function (terminology).
Put the pages in the "multiscan" all at once, not just one sheet at a time. The Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) will feed one sheet of your document at a time untill all of the pages are scanned...
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1)u must verify which location of the first paper jam occur.
2)pick up unit > feeding >fuser unit> output delivery unit.
3)try to use platen glass for copying instead of using the auto document feeder unit.then u can narrow down the issue.
Hello, my name is Steve,.
This is a common problem and an easy fix.
If you lift the ADF / top cover assembly up, you will see a small narrow piece of glass next to the flat-bed glass.
Ths is called a "Slit-glass". The only purpose is to read content from that point by the scanner, The Scanner will sit in the underside of it.
It is dirty. Wipe this with glass cleaner and a soft lint-free cloth. you may need to do this several times. Concentrate the part of the glass were this image problem is just by the orientation of the document you are installing with the direction of the document you are passing through the ADF.
It will take several attempts, but with each try, make a new test from the original document, unyil the problem disappears.
I believe this will solve your problem, Best , Steve
I'm just thinking off the top of my head but there is an option in copying called 'job build' in special functions. This enables you to add many document sets into one print job. This may also work for scanning although i can't remember trying. Try it.