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I lost owners manual

I can't get the paper to feed into machine. Finally got it in but the machine will not print. So must not have the paper in correctly.

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  • bonnie_hendr Feb 09, 2009

    I finally got my paper in right, but did not know to push the print button to make it print dumb huh. Now my problem is I need a new ribbon or ink because it is printing but too light to read. Guess I need to go to Walmart to see if they have what I need now. Bonnie Hendricks

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Call Canon at 800-828-4040. Select technical support. You actually get a live person.

They can e-mail you the manual in PDF format. It takes about 5 minutes.

The manual is not available on Canon's site.

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Have a good day.
M =)

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