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Canon ipf8000 won't cut paper

We have a canon ipf8000 that has stop cutting the paper, which means having to reload the paper everytime, anyone know how to solve this???

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Check to see if the cutter module has fallen off the print heaqd carriage. A common problem. It is a blue module that snaps into the left side of the carriage. Usually if it has fallen out, it can be found in the far left end of the printer, so you have to stop the printer, lift the lid and stick your hand into the left cave.

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    Also had to refer to how to get to service mode on another fixya Post to replace cutter and get the printhead out.

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