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Persistent paper jam error

Canon MP450 all-in-one. Always gives me paper jam error even when there is no paper and it should give me an out of paper error. It seems to pull in the paper OK and then the error pops up. ANy help?

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How old is your model? This could be dirty rollers. See how I fixed that problem on this site: http://annoyances-resolved.blogspot.com/2009/09/paper-jam-buy-new-laser-printer.html
Let me know if this helped. OK?

Posted on Oct 01, 2009

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