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Canon IR5000 not running 20 lb. will run 60lb. and cover. 20 gets stuck in middle

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If it's getting stuck in the Middle , I am assuming it's getting stuck right a the fusing section, Ok if it is running 60 lbs of paper greatly but, jams in the Middle , this tells me your fuser needs to be adjusted, This is something you don't want to do if your NOT a Service Technician most likely if your fuser was adjusted for 60lb paper the temperture was also adjusted so the paper won't be too too hot, I am certain your fusing unit will need to be adjusted or the Upper fuser/Lower Fusers are worn. Yea, you'll have to call a indiepent or an authorized dealer for this, unless you know how to rebuild the fuser yourself- be careful- this is exteremely hot unit.

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