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On the slide there is a handle. This releases the top reader port of the copier, move it to the left. Raise right side cover and remove the drum cartridge unit. You should see the jammed paper there, at the right lower access door, or in the fuser where the paper should come out. Just reverse the procedure to reset the jam. If the copier still indicates the jam then it must be in the fuser. You will have to have a technician remove the fuser assembly from the copier and take apart the unit to remove the jam. Hope this helps.
Run the Canon printer-software to launch a "print-head-cleaning" task,
because you may have "clogged" ink-jets, so that no ink can be sprayed onto the paper.
Test to see if FIXYA "censors" some words:
Start with the word CALM ( calm ) and swap the middle letters: **** ( **** ),
as in the ****-shell model of Apple portable computer,
or a cell-phone that opens like a ****-shell.
Do you see <star><star><star><star> instead of the word?
How about STUCK ( stuck ) and omit the 'T' to become: **** ( **** ),
as in "the printer sucks ink from the ink-tanks and jets the ink onto the paper".
hello,remove all covers arond the exit area lift cart door, control panel screw ,slide left,remove glass.holes in top under glass and under control panel,slide top to left,look down into holes to see screws holding fuser in.three connectors slide out exit side ,carefully dissasemble fuser to remove jam.i replace at least one unit a week.do use sharp objects
Cleaning the rubber rollers on the ADF may help it to pull the paper through; I did it on my 1060 and I think it helped. (This was suggested in another post some time ago.)
Press Additional Functions. Use arrow keys to find ADJUST/CLEAN; press SET. Use arrow keys to find CLEAN ADF ROLLER. Open the ADF. Press SET. Each time you press SET, the rollers will rotate a partial turn. With the corner of a soft cloth slightly moistened with isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol, wipe the black rubber rollers both on the bottom and top of the ADF. Push SET again and rub again, several times. (DO NOT use alcohol on the long white roller! Use a dry cloth only, if you want to clean it.) Push STOP/RESET when you're done.
Touch the rollers only after they stop--not while they are rotating!
the ADF is the automatic document feeder the part on top of the machine that you insert the paper to Automatically feed the paper in one at a time, there may already be a document on the glass lift the top and put it back down it should clear