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Trying to make copies using the side tray but its only taking paper from the bottom tray

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SOURCE: Paper Jams on letter tray

The paper pickup rollers are dirty and needs cleaning. take out trays and give it a wipe with damp cloth, if problem remains than need to replace the rollers

Posted on Feb 07, 2008

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SOURCE: Paper jam from bottom tray.

You might have a piece of paper out of sight. It usually is before the toner and after the pick up area. BEst to call 800-ok canon to find a local service center. This unit comes with a 3 year warranty, and you might still be covered.

Posted on Jul 09, 2008

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Your best bet is to have a canon tech check this problem out. There are several causes for this issue; a bad delivery roller, a small piece of paper lodged out of sight. Canon help is 800 ok canon.

Posted on Jul 09, 2008

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SOURCE: Printing crooked from one drawer, and no option to print from another drawer

Try this spray on a little WD40 on the GLASS and wipe it off.
Yes, you heard me correctly, make sure you wipe it off leaving no residue, but it's still slippery.
the problem may be coming from the glass being too dry and the paper is getting stuckand shifting.
If the paper itself was going crooked it would get jammed or ripped. There is no room for the paper to go through the path crooked so the only way for it to copy crooked is somewhere in the optics.
try doing 1-2 on the glass itself and see if it copies crooked.
The envelope tray is a By-pass tray and can be used for any size paper.You can switch which tray it copies from on the panel tray button.

Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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