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I am assuming you have a finisher on the copier if its the small internal finisher were the paper lands has a small lever that moves up and down when the paper hits it if that lever is stuck down you will get this message

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Cannon mp282 pixma ,how to fix error code 3


The E03 code indicates (1) That the Paper Output tray is closed and you are trying to print. Open the Paper Output Tray and the printer will resume printing. (2) There is a paper jam. Remove the jam, reload the paper into the printer, then press the "Black" or "Color" button,

Dec 25, 2014 | Cannon Printers & Copiers

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Canon Pixma i4300. Front output paper tray pounced on by pet cat. Closed it up and opened it again When I try to print I get this message: "Document printing cannot be executed because the paper...


If you can remove the tray - have a look at it and it should come out without much force by pressing on the sides. If it comes out you may see the sensor inside that maybe is bent up and is not registering that the tray is open. If you see it you can bend it back down. You can also shoot canned air(with the tray in the out position of removed from the machine) and a piece of debris may come out. Use short squirts or the can gets very cold. All the office supply places and computer stores sell the cans of compressed air.

If none of the above helps, you can always communicate directly with Cannon at:

http://usa.canon.com/cusa/office?pageKeyCode=contactUsLanding

I have found them to be very helpful. Good luck..............................Pete

Jul 20, 2011 | Canon PIXMA iP4300 InkJet Photo Printer

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How do I access the ink cartridges in my Cannon iP100?


Lift the top cover, which turns into the paper feed tray, and the front cover, which hides the output slot, drops down.
There's a second top cover, which presents the means to access the twin ink cartridges.
Open this second top cover when the printer is on, and the ink cartridges will move over allowing you to access them.
Hope this helps!

Mar 09, 2011 | Canon iP100 Portable Printer

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I have a Canon ImageRUNNER 3235i black and white copier. I have the Cassette Feeding Unit-Y3 installed allowing two additional trays for legal and 11x17 paper sizes. The problem is that the copier doesn't...


This copier does not recognize the paper size automatically. Open the paper drawer and look at the right hand side you will see a dial, Turn that until the paper size you want aligns with the arrow. This sets the paper size.

Nov 03, 2010 | Canon ImageRUNNER 3235i Black and White...

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Paper jam in output tray is displayed but i cannot solve


When it says that it usually means there is a paper scrap in the sensor flag that is under the long gray roller. It is a black plastic tab toward the right side behind the white plastic guides that the paper comes out under. You need a flashlight to see it and you need to be careful not to break the tab.

Apr 29, 2010 | Canon PIXMA MP600 all-In-One InkJet...

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Hp laserjet 8150. i have a problem, tray 3 empty, always but have paper in tray 3


CAUSE: This error message indicates the paper present sensor flag in one of the trays does not detect paper in the tray. This could be caused by one of the following:
  • A broken sensor flag
  • The tray paper guides being set too close and restricting the paper from being pulled
  • The tray is not lifting
SOLUTION: Follow the steps below to determine the cause of a false TRAY X EMPTY message. Tray 2 empty
  1. Verify there is paper in the tray.
  2. Open the duplex unit access door just above Tray 2 on the front of the printer.
  3. Check the black-paper present flag by looking in through the duplex access door.
  4. Open and close Tray 2 and observe the tray lifting looking through the duplex unit access door.
The tray lifts but the error is still present
  1. Inspect the paper present flag on the PIU located just behind the pickup rollers. Ensure the flags are present and not damaged.
  2. Remove the tray guides from the tray and reseat them. Ensure the guides are seated correctly and are in the correct slot for the size paper in the tray. Add paper to the tray and try printing again.
  3. Try another known good tray, if available.
The tray does not lift and the error is still present
  1. Remove the tray, remove the paper in the tray, and inspect the lifting plate in the tray for damage. Ensure it will lift freely by hand.
  2. Try another known good tray if available.
Tray 3 empty
  1. Verify there is paper in the tray.
  2. Remove Tray 2.
  3. Open and close Tray 3 and verify it lifts by observing through the Tray 2 cavity.
The tray lifts but the error is still present
  1. Inspect the paper present flag on the PIU located just behind the pickup rollers. Ensure the flags are present and not damaged.
  2. Remove the tray guides from the tray and reseat them. Ensure the guides are seated correctly and are in the correct slot for the size paper in the tray. Add paper to the tray and try printing again.
  3. Try another known good tray if available.
The tray does not lift and the error is still present
  1. Remove the tray, remove the paper in the tray, and inspect the lifting plate in the tray for damage. Ensure it will lift freely by hand.
  2. Try another known good tray if available.
Tray 4 empty
  1. Verify there is paper in the tray
  2. Open Tray 4 and check for an extra **** of paper stored on the left side of the tray. This can cause the tray to stall while lifting and result in a tray empty message.
  3. Defeat the interlock in the vertical transfer unit (VTU). Open and close Tray 4 and watch the tray lift through the VTU door on the lower-right side of the printer.
    NOTE: Follow troubleshooting steps for Trays 2 and 3 when working with the 2 X 500 sheet-input tray.
The tray lifts but the error is still present
  1. Check the tray guides to ensure the guides are seated corrected and are in the correct slots for the paper size in the tray.
  2. Inspect the paper present sensor for damage.
  3. Check for any broken plastic pieces in the tray that may be a broken sensor flag.
The tray does not lift and the error is still present Defeat the VTU interlock on the right side of Tray 4. Open and close Tray 4 and observe the tray lifting.

Nov 25, 2009 | HP LaserJet 8150n Printer

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System error indicated paper in output tray to be removed


I would unplug the machine and start back up.

Besides that you can take a canned air can and blow around the area where the paper comes out. Esp around the back. This is either a dirty sensor or a sensor flag that is hanging up or out of position.

Jan 08, 2009 | Canon Printers & Copiers

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Cannon mp780 paper pulls to right hand side and jams everry time


printer loading tray have problem /something struck at left side of tray /check if something/if none / sometime it connot be seen its hide five cents .
clean also the incoming roller and outgoing rooler w/cotton tips w/ rubbing alcohol. test the printer.

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