Question about Canon Faxphone L170 Monochrome Laser Fax 0815B002AB
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: supply rec. paper Tray:LTR
Sorry i said he reset it, he actually cleaned the feed rollers and run a bypass to allign the feed drive unit, I am getting him back in so i will keep you all posted on the outcome
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
The paper size selected in the menu system must match the paper size in the rec. (recording) paper tray. If you have 'letter' size paper in the tray and the menu system is set for 'A4' paper you will get this message. Either put A4 size paper in the tray, or change the paper size in the menu system to 'letter'.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
OK, I was having a similar problem: Tray full of paper and tray adjusted properly.
Whatever I tried, the printer kept saying load paper.
I went to print menu>properties button (windows XP this is next to the printer name)>paper source tab.
It tuned out that the paper source had been changed from cassette to multi-purpose tray.
Change it back to cassette and you should be golden.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
This error comes when the paper is not loaded properly in the cassette ... Follow the below instructions to load the cassette and I am sure you will not get the error again.
Make sure that the paper stack does not exceed the length and width guides' claws in the cassette. Failure to do so will cause a paper jam. Do not load extra paper when there is still paper left in the cassette. Only load one size of paper into the cassette. Do not load different sizes of paper into the cassette at the same time. Do not load labels or transparencies into the cassette.
Closing the cassette When closing the cassette, make sure to push it in completely as far as it will go. If copying is performed when the cassette is not pushed in completely, it will cause a paper jam.
If copy paper is sticking out of the cassette Sometimes, when you pull out the cassette, paper may stick out, as shown in the illustration below. Make sure that the paper is neatly loaded into the cassette, before you push the cassette back into the main unit.
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Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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