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Paper jam I have a Canon Smart Bast Pc 1270D as the paper leaves the bottom paper feeder it starts curling at the teeth. A light flashes and says paper jam sliden platten left, i do that and then it say paper jam i have tried everything please help is there somewhere in Benoni i can take the machine

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    Ian Auret May 11, 2010

    Hi

    Did you remove the drum and developer unit,to check if there is a paper jam?

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You have support of a roller feeder broken open the right door and see if the roller that you see is oin good position.try to glue the plastic support.

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Alarm light


Paper Jam:
Clear the paper jam.
If the printer does not automatically resume printing, press the control panel button.
No Paper/ Misfeed:
  • The paper cassette may be out of paper or not properly installed.
    If it is empty, load a new stack of paper into the paper cassette.
    If there is paper in the paper cassette, make sure it is straight.
    If the paper is curled, straighten it before printing. Sometimes it is helpful to remove the paper, turn the stack over and put it back in the paper cassette.
  • Reduce the amount of paper in the paper cassette, and then try again.
  • Make sure you use paper that meets Brother's recommended paper specifications.
  • Re-install the paper properly, and then press the control panel button. The printer will start printing again.

May 06, 2013 | Canon PIXMA MP495 InkJet Printer

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Paper jam & a 5110 error code on my 830MP


Error 5110 is a carriage lift error. The pr lift shaft is probably not rotating or the gear that drives it has broken teeth. now you mention paper jam. Ah thats it. I presume you had paper jammed in the machine and you pulled it out while it was under tension. Doing this will break not only the gear but the assy sheet feeder to. You will most probably need a new sheet feeder and the PR lift gear.
Alas you cannot fix this yourself and there is a special alignment that needs to be carried out between the gear and the sheet feeder. If they are not perfectly aligned the sheet feeder will strip its teeth from its gear and it will be scrap.
Do yourself a favour give it to Canon trained engineer and not just any old engineer. This is a specialist job i am afraid.

Good luck.

Aug 23, 2011 | Printers & Copiers

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Paper jams in the feeder on the left side , tried to opentop cover does not allow me to open back. how do I GET THE ROLLER from curling the paper?


One reason for paper jams is due to some obstructions in the paper path. Remove the sheets of paper from the feeder. Grab a flashlight and look into the paper feeder. Clear the feeder from any foreign objects or debris that could cause "curling" of the paper. If feeder is clear, open the printer cover and ensure the paper path is clear in the cartridge area.
Unplug and replug the printer into the power source to reset it. When the printer turns on, try to print again. If problem continues, please contact Lexmark Technical Support Center for additional assistance.

Jul 28, 2011 | Lexmark X6650 4-In-One Wireless InkJet...

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Canon imageclass D1120 printer says: feeder paper jam,


Hi Try this method


To "Settings/Registration Table"

You can specify the method for restarting scanning of documents when a paper jam occurs in the feeder.

For information on the optional products required to use this function, see "Optional Products Required for Each Function."


  1. Press b_in_add.gif(Settings/Registration) ? [Function Settings] ? [Common] ? [Scan Settings] ? [Feeder Jam Recovery Method].

  1. Select [From 1st Page] or [From Stopped Original] ? press [OK].

Details of each item are shown below.
[From 1st Page]: If a paper jam occurs in the feeder, scanning starts again from the first page of the document. [From Stopped Original]: If a paper jam occurs in the feeder, scanning starts again from the page of the document scanning was interrupted.

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I860 will not print a 4 x 6 photo on a windows 7 pc. It gives a message that I have installed the wrong paper. It only wants to print full sheet size photos. I installed the canon add on module drivers and...


Set Envelopes Correctly Before setting envelopes, press down on all four corners and edges of the envelopes to remove curls and bends, as well as any air contained.

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Note: The flap of the envelope should be straightened if bent. If the envelope is curled, hold the opposite corners and gently bend them in the opposite direction. If the leading edge of the envelope is puffed or curled up, use a pen, etc. to press the envelope flat and sharpen the crease. (Press the envelope completely flat, working from the middle to the edge.)


i80_envelopes_2.gif How to set envelopes:
  1. Set envelopes to the right side of the sheet feeder. Set envelopes with their longer side vertically and the flap either at the bottom or on the left.

  2. Pinch and slide the paper guide until it firmly resets against the left side of the stacked envelopes.

    Note: The maximum number of envelopes that can be loaded is five.

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    <1> Sheet Feeder's right side
    <2> Paper Guide

  3. Set the paper thickness lever to the left.

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    <3> Paper Thickness Lever

    Note: Remove the printed papers from the paper output slot cover before five sheets have been ejected.
Also How do I enlarge or reduce my printing size?

Nov 07, 2010 | Canon i860 InkJet Photo Printer

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WILL FEED PLAIN WHITE PAPER BUT WILL NOT FEED PHOTO PAPER


Follow the steps:
•1
Turn on the printer and press the Paper Feed switch until the Auto Sheet Feeder indicator light turns on.
•2
Pull up on the paper sheet feeder on the top and back of the printer and slide out the paper support.
•3
Take a stack of no more than 10 pieces of photo paper and flatten the corners, if they are curled. Curled corners may cause jams within the printer.
•4
Place the paper in the paper sheet feeder with the printable side of the paper facing up. The printable side of photo paper is the shiny or whiter side of the paper.
•5
Print your documents as needed.

Paper Cassette :

•1
Switch on the printer and press the Paper Feed switch until the Cassette indicator light turns on.
•2
Pull on the cassette on the bottom of the printer to slide it out of the printer.
•3
Flatten the corners of a stack of no more than 10 sheets of photo paper if the corners are curled. The paper may become jammed in the printer if the corners are curled.
•4
Place the stack of paper in the cassette so the paper is touching the right side and the printing side of the paper is facing down. Adjust the plastic paper guides so they touch the paper. The paper stack guides help facilitate the paper moving into the printer.
•5
Slide the cassette back into the bottom of the printer. The printer is ready for printing.

Oct 20, 2010 | HP PSC 2355 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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What thickness of card can my canon ip4000 printer print onto


and the answer is:
standard paper: from a5 size (148.0 x 210.0 mm / 5.83 x 8.27 inches) to legal size* (215.9 x 355.6 mm / 8.5 x 14.0 inches)
* legal-sized paper is not loadable in the cassette.
bullet_s.gif non-standard paper: from 54.0 x 86.0 mm to 215.9 x 584.2 mm (from 2.13 x 3.39 inches to 8.5 x 23 inches) in the sheet feeder; from 89.0 x 127.0 mm to 215.9 x 297.0 mm (from 3.5 x 5 inches to 8.5 x 11.69 inches) in the cassette.
bullet_s.gif others: envelopes (european dl and us com. #10)
important
do not use the following types of paper. using such paper will not only produce unsatisfactory results, but can also cause the printer to jam or malfunction.
bullet_s.gif folded, curled, or wrinkled paper
bullet_s.gif wet paper
bullet_s.gif paper that is too thin (less than 64 gsm / 17 lb)
bullet_s.gif paper that is too thick* (more than 105 gsm / 28 lb)
bullet_s.gif picture postcards
bullet_s.gif postcards affixed with photos or stickers
bullet_s.gif envelopes with a double flap
bullet_s.gif envelopes with sticker flaps
bullet_s.gif envelopes with an embossed or treated surface
bullet_s.gif any type of paper with holes (loose-leaf paper is an exception; it is printable when loaded from the sheet feeder.)
* non-canon branded paper
Hope this does it for you, please -please leave a rating...thank you kindly


May 07, 2009 | Canon PIXMA iP4000 InkJet Photo Printer

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Paper jam


My buddy Roy went in to have a look after I was ready to toss the copier, he moved the ink cartridge to the left and there was the paper jam. he used a flashlight and a pair of needlenose pliers to fish out the paper. Checking again there was more paper, that wqs saturated with ink. Clearing all the ripped corners out the display cleared to normal. There not kidding when they say to watch for curled or deformed paper in the feeder tray.....
Thanks Roy, Good Luck

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Hp 2410 paper feed problem


Ok, no obstruction the paper should go all the way in. Check the side to side paper width adjusters.Too much paper by chance???

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