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Canon ImageClass D320 makes grinding noise at paper tray

Loud grinding noise (like plastic gears slipping /stripping teeth) seems to be coming from paper tray area. Starts when machine powered on, lasts for about 8 seconds. Then machine shuts down with error light.

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  • srsbmk Jan 07, 2013

    It also appears that the "paper elevator" is stuck in the down position on the left side. The right side still moves up and down.

  • srsbmk Jan 11, 2013

    Can't see any broken or stripped gears. Any suggestions?

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It could be a few things, but the times I've had similar problems it was either caused by the feed/gripper rollers in the paper trays being worn out, thus not feeding any paper or feeding half a sheet and then jamming.

Or, it could be that the elevator in your paper tray isn't lifting, but if it's taking paper it's probably the rollers.

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My problem was that I was trying to print from a PDF file. I found out that the file was legal size and that the setting for the printer to "choose paper source by PDF size" was checked. I unchecked it so that it would print on letter size paper. Hope this helps

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