I sprayed the roller with wd-40 and tried copying to use paper to remove the excess lubricant, after it sat for 2 days it worked fine again. luckily i didnt have money at the time or i would've bought a new one.
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Try running a good sized thickness paper thru it to clear out the cutters. Sometimes when they jam some residual paper is left in the space between the cutter wheels and causes the paper to feed askew... I use the cover from old phone books.
Check feed roller for contamination, fan the paper to seperate sheets and then make sure that you are using paper of the following standard: Paper TypeThicknessWeight
Single sheets (plain paper)
0.003 to 0.004 inch (0.08 to 0.11 mm)
17 to 24 lb (64 to 90 g/m²)
Make sure you are using paper supports and feed guides.
Based on instructions from your website I pushed a letter sized piece of thin cardboard backwards through the paper feed rollers then shook the printer while holding it upside down. A Q tip fell out, problem solved.
I have the exact same problem. Until last night it worked perfectly, and when it ran out of paper, I put more papers in the back of the printer correctly and since then it won't print, it pulls paper to the right and the paper jams. I tooked the printer to the service and they say that I'm lucky that the warranty did not expired yet, cause the problem is a "manufacturing mistake", and that they will take it to the Canon service.
I realy hope they will do the job. I'm expecting to repair be done till tomorow.