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How can this problem be on canon E000064-0000

It jams easily, when the process is on

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What model is the machine? Canon imagerunner ...

Try holding right side door closed when you do make copies or prints. Does it jam?

Posted on Nov 14, 2014

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Remove all paper from the trays. This will prevent further jams during the clearing.
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Remove the covering to the printer's outer case to expose the jam. Locate the jammed paper to ensure there is not another problem causing the stall.
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Pull gently on the jammed paper, taking care not to tear it. In most cases, this will remove the jam.
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Press the flashing "Printer Jam" button. This will allow the rotors to turn and facilitate the release of the jam.
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Turn off the printer and firmly pull on the jammed paper. Be careful not to tear it.
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Remove remaining paper shreds. if a tear occurs, remove any residual paper that may hamper printing.
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Refill the paper tray and try printing again. If the jam persists, repeat the process and search for more paper.

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