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There shoud be a paper feed kit, but here are the Ricoh part # seperatly
G0812474 Sep pad, ( make sure this pad is spring loaded to push up) If it feeds but grabs more than 1 sheet this is your problem. if the spring is missing the p/n is G0812475.
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Printing 12 x 18 from tray 4 Every 2nd sheet jams.


MAKE SURE YOU SET THE THICKNESS SETTINGS AND OTHER SETTINGS ARE CORRECT, MAKE SURE IT IS 12 X 18, CLEAN THE FEED TIRES WITH WD 40 THEN RUBBING ALCOHOL, MAKE SURE ITS DRY BEFORE FEEDING PAPER
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Every 10 prints or so a single sheet of paper will come out printed but will crunch up as it is feeding to the output tray. Nothing seems to be blocking it because not every page does it.


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I have a Canon MP470 that pulls 1/2 sheet paper and then jams


Paper feed roller
cleaning
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Machine button

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When I print on my Canon MP730, it always prints out a blank page after every print job. How can I fix this?


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No paper


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Check paper light blinking and "E" code


trying to print the las job you had.
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