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SOURCE: CanonIR 5570 Copier reboots then jams at sorter

Sounds like the sorter connection between the two is poor or disconnecting, check the cable from sorter and power lead to the sorter are secure.

Check switch that machine uses to know when sorter is engaged is closing proberly/not bent

Check sorter indicator lights (if any) after reboot,

Try running lead to it from elsewhere in case there is too much drain or something weird with power supply where you are


Posted on Jan 12, 2008

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SOURCE: Jammed paper at the Sorter Unit

Do you get a paper jam or is the finsher not showing that is empty? You may have a broken bin or a miss alined bin or you have a lazy sensor flag. The copier should give you a idea where the paper jam is... May need more info. on this one..

Posted on Jun 07, 2008

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Posted on Sep 10, 2008

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SOURCE: Sharp SF 2030 check sorter problem

follow the small holes on the sorter trays to the bottom and top there you will find the sensors that tell the copier that ther is paper in the trays make sure that they are clean and ther is no obstruction

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

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Canon ir3300 showing paper jam in 2nd tray but thre is no paper jam in it


  1. Locate and dust your paper sensor eyes
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Do you get a paper jam or is the finsher not showing that is empty? You may have a broken bin or a miss alined bin or you have a lazy sensor flag. The copier should give you a idea where the paper jam is... May need more info. on this one..

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Check your stapler. If you removed a jam from the sorter you may have accidentally moved the stapler so it is not sitting at a 45 degree angle when you open the front door of the sorter. There's a little lever you can push to swivel the stapler, however don't try to force it. You may have to pry up the plastic lock that is under the stapler with a small screwdriver. Sometimes the stapler assy has to partially removed (slid to the front) of the sorter to be able to see what you're doing.

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CanonIR 5570 Copier reboots then jams at sorter


Sounds like the sorter connection between the two is poor or disconnecting, check the cable from sorter and power lead to the sorter are secure.

Check switch that machine uses to know when sorter is engaged is closing proberly/not bent

Check sorter indicator lights (if any) after reboot,

Try running lead to it from elsewhere in case there is too much drain or something weird with power supply where you are


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