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Pull the paper tray out of the machine. On the right side underneath you should see a rubber paper feed roller. Clean this off with a slightly damp cloth until it is "squeaky clean". Also, look about to be sure there is nothing blocking the paper path. Sometimes paper gets torn off and left in the machine when clearing a jam.


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SOURCE: Canon PC 941 copier. Paper jam indicated with no paper.

Can be that sensor of the passing of the paper or was broken off flag, or sensor has wedged in position james, more often such can be in block of the fastening, when paper stuck extract. Try its see, this possible behind do. Good luck

Posted on Sep 20, 2009

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