Question about Canon DR9050C
When turn on auto detect page length scaner creates extra space width on right side. If turn off auto dectect it will cut off the bottom of image by 0.25 in.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you tried to make a copy by using the by-pass tray or manual feed tray. If the copies come out OK then the problem may be that the paper tray guides are not alined crrectly for the paper you are tring to use.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
There must be some small piece of paper or paper dust buildup near the left side of the paper feed/press mechanism under the printheads.
Open the cover and inspect the far left area along the line of head travel - there often is a metal plate with small wheels that stabilize the paper, and under that plate look for some foreign objects. Try gently removing them with a toothpick - it is soft enough not to cause any damage, and also will soak in any ink residue that might be left there.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
This sounds like your hard drive is too full. You have to clean up old or unused files to make hard drive space. Or, change the drive in your computer for a bigger one, or add a second drive to the computer to allow for more storage space.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
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