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Printer states lower tray out of paper. It is not.

Paper advances about two inches and stops. There is a grinding noise.

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  • Anonymous Dec 23, 2008

    Rear tray there is no paper Load paper and press OK

  • gustinham Dec 23, 2008

    The rollers don't seem to grip the paper loaded in the front tray. This printer is brand new. Canon SUCKS!

  • mikeonthemik Jan 08, 2009

    my machine is relatively new and has this problem from the start - lower paper try has a problem pulling the top sheet - it constantly gets stuck 1/4 of the way in and then there's that grinding noise - it makes me crazy. I hate it and think it should be recalled.



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    Sound Planning, LLC

  • Anonymous Jan 18, 2009

    dosent grab the paper all the way. then it says no paper in tray. same problem with front and back tray

  • techno_kurt Jan 30, 2009

    Frustrating... same problem with my new MX700. No printing or copying possible and the "reboot" guidance in the Canon manual does not help.



    Seems like a bad batch of printers from the manufacturer / factory...

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Reset printer by pressing "on/off" button for 1 second. you may have to unplug printer for 10 sec's if button does not work. then turn back on. good luck!

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