Question about Canon Pixma Mp250 Allinone Inkjet Photo Laser Printer
Pulls paper about an inch and gives no paper error but there is paper in it.
Get a q-tip and wipe roller with rubbing alcohol on the q-tip. This should renew the friction ability of the rollers.
Posted on Jan 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can try to clean out the printer check to see if there is any paper jammed in it somewhere
Then realighn the printer cartridges and run a test page.
Make sure that the paper tray is not overloaded
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
SOURCE: Persistent paper jam error
How old is your model? This could be dirty rollers. See how I fixed that problem on this site: http://annoyances-resolved.blogspot.com/2009/09/paper-jam-buy-new-laser-printer.html
Let me know if this helped. OK?
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
I had a paper feed problem with a Canon MP 250 and solved it this way. (not my own)
After many attempts t clean the feed rollers etc. I tried the following.
I cut a piece of card stock about two inches wide. I fed this sock from the front to rear and carefully worked the card stock in and out and from side to side (flossed it) and dislodged a drywall screw !!
I realize that having a drywall screw lodged in the paper feed is not common, however this "flossing trick may help to clear the paper feed path in other situations.
Posted on Dec 05, 2010
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The paper is not feeding from the paper tray. The loud click is alarming, but not the problem. Check the adjustments in the paper tray. The left and right guides should be snug, but the rear guide should give between a 1/16 inch and a 1/8 inch of free play. If the rear guide is tight, that is the problem. You can check for this by depressing the lever on the right front of the tray. Depressing the lever should raise the stack of paper out of the tray so that it can slide forward.
If you remove the paper from the tray, but will see calibration marks for the paper size you are using. Unlock the read paper guide n the tray, squeeze the release and move the guide ot the mark for the size paper you are using. For example, it you are using letter size paper, the read guide should point to "LTR".
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