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Canon Mx410 Sucking the paper in sideways.

Every time I try to print or copy or run any type of maintenance, the paper gets sucked in through only one side, causing the paper to crinkle and create a paper jam. I'm thinking that on of the rollers is broken or something fell in blocking access to the roller. However I cant get to it in any way to check. When I put my hand down through the paper feeder I feel a roller on the side that inst sucking and nothing on the other side. Any form of assistance will be helpful.

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If you look in the back of the printer, there is a door to open and see if anything is in the way. Usually there is going to be an object like a paper clip or something. Use flashlight to help you see better.

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possible solution - I had a similar printer that had small stones that fell into the paper slot at the back and jammed the mechanism. a shelf behind the printer had these little rocks and a child dropped them into the printer. I had to take it all apart, but it worked after that

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In many cases, forcing (pulling out) the jammed paper in the printer might caused severe damages on the gears or some parts on the mechanical stability.
Noise problem might occurred if some of the joints (parts) were dis-aligned. Dis-assemble carefully the printer, and look for that damage. Put some grease and assemble.  

Posted on Jan 20, 2010

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You can download the repair manual for a similiar Canon printer, the iR1200-1500, on Ebay for $ 3.00 to $ 5.00 and this will tell you how to take apart the printer. I had the same problem and the manual allowed me to remove the fuser assembly and clear the jam. If you prefer, Canon sells the Image Class D860/880 repair manual for you printer for $54 plus shipping. The Ebay dealer also included the parts maunal, which is a sepatate charge from Canon.

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This is caused by dirt/debris stuck to your ADF scanner glass. When you use the feeder on these type of machines what happens is that your documents are fed over a strip of glass when they are scanned. So anything stuck to the glass is scanned as a solid "line". You just need to locate and clean the strip glass. It will be located 1 of 2 places on your machine. The first location would be just to the left of the larger main glass. Just look for a strip of glass about an inch wide running from the front towards the back. The other location is harder to find as it would be located inside of the feeder assembly. Sometimes you have to open the feeder unit and look for the glass strip inside. But most machines it is located just to the left or right of the large main glass. Since your copies are fine when you use the main glass then be assured that the strip glass is what is causing this problem.
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Posted on Dec 27, 2010

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Please inspect again for paper jam located inro the paper tray, in the ink cartridge compartment and rear door of the printer (back door of the printer). If you find the paper jammed, it solves you problem and try to print again.

If not, just open the cartridge door, turn off the printer and move the cartridge using your hand the ink cartridge to the left going to the right and then right to left for 2 times. Then try to print again, also jammed message errror is related to stuck up cartridge.

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