My Canon MP600 Printer won't feed paper through and I don't know why!
There is paper in the feed tray and it makes a whirring noise but the paper won't go through. An error message comes up instead: Cassette, There is no paper. Load paper and press ok.
I have tried this numerous times and turning it off and on.
Can someone please let me know how to fix this problem!
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there are a lot of steps that u need to follow..
I tried to get the detailed link but it didnt seem to work properly..
so try this link below..
http://tinyurl.com/2kdp28once on this page.. go to support & service.. and search for FEED PAPER...and select the second answer there.. and follow steps there.. let me know if this was helpful to u.. regards,guru
Try this...With te printer off line, press the paper feed button making sure thre is paper in both feed trays. Once it print, a blank page go in and change back t your desired papper source. Hope that helps, please let me know.
unplug it all, turn it upside down and shake the hell out of it, there is a slim chance of ink spillage especially if its a well used printer but from experiance its usually a bug or small peice of somthing in it like a peice of lego, or bead or cockroach or pen lid or barbies shoes
I'm not sure if you've already checked this, but this was my issue. I, too, would try to print something and it would make a great deal of clunking noise but would then say that there was no paper and told me to load some. I went to the Canon site and before I actually went through the process of cleaning the print roller, I checked the feed switch button on the display panel. It's right below the ON/OFF button and, what do you know, it was set to feed from a paper cassette instead of the back loading tray. I pushed the button and it's now printing fine. I'm sure we must have accidentally hit the button when we were trying to turn the printer on or off quickly. Hope this does the trick! It's always nice when it's something easily fixed!
Check the "Feed Switch" button on the control panel (below the ON/OFF button) to be sure the green light at the back of the picture is lit. If not, try pushing the button and then printing again. It worked for me and it was so simple!