I am not able to print even one thing without it jamming up in the finisher. There was a broken plastic piece in the finisher which we replaced, and its still jamming up. We are trying to figure out how to change the face up delivery to face down to see if that would make a difference. However we cannot find the answer in the manual. How would we go about doing this?
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Is the display showing a jam in the fixing unit??? Did you l open and close all the doors & covers???? I have found that there is a plastic Exit flag on the small door that folds down on the fixing unit. It is plastic and it can break very easy. You may have to replace the flag. If you have another IR-C3220 try to switch the units with each other copier. The problem could also, be the black connector on the unit or in the copier, it may be broken... It is not easy to change the one inside the copier..... Good Luck
Just a note to everyone, if you have not seen it you will. False jams right above the fuser (OD91). If you remove the jam the paper feeds to the same area and "jams" again. Reset the power and you are set to go. I have seen this problem on Ir C3200s and IrC3220.
Hello sir ; that piece is paper guide ,on the machine both side have a small hole to fit the paper guide and thepaper guide you can bend little bit to fit in, if you put wrong side it going have paper jam, then you have reinatll reveal side.
To be able to print using tab paper from the driver
Since the tab paper can only be fed from Stack Bypass, single reverse tab paper cannot be used. The tab paper must be single forward. 1. Go to the printer and put some tab paper in Stack Bypass 2. Press Letter on C3200 LCD panel and press Next 3. Select Tab paper and press Done 4. Go to Windows Start menu and choose Settings 5. Open Printers folder 6. Select Canon iR C3200 PS3’s Properties 7. Click on Device Settings tab 8. Click on Form to Tray Assignment button 9. Making sure that Stack Bypass is highlighted and Paper Size is Letter, select Tab Paper by scrolling down the Paper Type list Page 2 Hint: In order to print to Tab paper, it is necessary to select Tab Paper in the Form to Tray Assignment dialog box before using this option. Otherwise, the option of printing to Tab paper is not available from the print driver. 10. Click OK to close Form to Tray Assignment 11. Click OK to close Properties window 12. Open Word document called “tabs.doc” 13. Go to File menu and select “Print…”, and change the current printer to Canon iR C3200 PS3. 14. Click on Properties 15. Click on Paper Source tab. 16. Select Paper Type option 17. Choose Tab Paper from Paper Type list. As soon as you select “Tab Paper”, Conflict Information dialog will appear. Click on OK. Page 3 Hint: In order to change the tab position, click on Tab Position button. Clicking this button opens a dialog box for specifying the width for shifting the image data to be printed on the tab part of the paper. Hint: The conflict information displayed pertains to the finishing of the document. Tab paper must be grouped, not collated. Since the default value for finishing is Collate, the driver automatically adjusted the finishing option to resolve the conflict. 18. Click on OK to close the Properties window. 19. Click on OK to print the tab paper. 20. Go retrieve your output. Note: Please note that this procedure for printing on tab paper is not the same for all drivers. CCD drivers would be similar to this procedure, but depending on the OS Platform, exact buttons and steps would vary. However, from such drivers as imagePASS-C1 PS and Macintosh drivers would work completely different from this procedure. Although we will not cover each procedure step by step, we encourage you to take time to make yourself familiar with the procedures.
Hi guys, I eventually found a solution to the problem for my printer. With the top cover open, I pushed a sheet of 120 micron thickness A4 clear plastic binding cover through the exit tray as far as it would go to rest against the bottom row of rollers. I switched the printer off then back on again and as the rollers lifted momentarily, I pushed the sheet of plastic as far up through the machine as I could before the rollers went down again - it went in a fair distance. The printer then ejected the plastic sheet. I then put the plastic sheet into the paper tray and tried to print a blank document page. The plastic fed through cleanly and my printer has been working since without any error messages. I hope this works for you.