Question about Canon IR1600 230 VOLT 50/60HZ
When i print with canon ir1600. it prints but asks for paper 3 times (when i place only one paper in tray). but when i place more than one paper in tray then it prints first and the second paper is jammed. it happens in both the trays and with both paper sizes a4 and a3. if i have to print multiple pages then i have to print them one by one by placing single paper only. kindly help me troubleshoot.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your alarm light is flashing and your printer will not print, press the "copy" button to get the device into the copy mode, once the copy button light is on, press the "Status Monitor" button. The LED panel will then show two lines of words: Line 1 "COPY STATUS" and Line 2 "SELECT JOB TO CANCEL"; then hit the Set button and the screen will show you what print job which has jammed the printer and you then press the - (Minus) button to clear the job. Open and close the front panel and the printer should reset and the warning light go off.
I had trouble locating the problem because my machine tends to stay on the Fax mode and when I pushed the Status Monitor button I would only get information about fax jobs.
Hope you have already figured out the problem. I thought I had better tell someone so I will remember the next time I try to print a job which requires a different size paper than what I have in my printer.
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
The paper size selected in the menu system must match the paper size in the rec. (recording) paper tray. If you have 'letter' size paper in the tray and the menu system is set for 'A4' paper you will get this message. Either put A4 size paper in the tray, or change the paper size in the menu system to 'letter'.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
Open the paper drawer
Remove the paper
There is a blue paper size plate,that keep the paper in the correct posision,Push it to the front and downwarts.The paper plate should come loose from the tray.Put it back in the openning for the A4.The openning for the A4 papersize is mark inside the paper tray.
Now set the blue papersize dail to A4 paper .
Then you are ready to copy with A4 paper.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
SOURCE: MF8180C Check paper size error
for god's sake don't ring canon customer service as they are useless and just keep directing me to their **** driver which is causing the problem. i could not convince them that my "printer properties" "paper available" was locked on "letter" and won't allow me to change it. even when i go to the "printer preferences" page and set everything to a4 and press "apply" it still is locked on "letter" in the "printer properties" page. Iv'e probably wasted about 20 hours on this and my office has nearly ground to a halt. If i knew it was going to be this much bother i could have just bought another brand printer.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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