Question about Canon Pixma MG5220 InkJet Printer
Front tray (door) for printed sheets only opens half way and does not open automatically when printing starts
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Posted on Feb 12, 2011
SOURCE: Canon Pixma i4300. Front output
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:
I have found them to be very helpful. Good luck..............................Pete
Posted on Jul 20, 2011
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