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What causes paperjam in canon ir1133? because whenever i start to photo copy before the paper gets out the paperjams, what cause that? i tried five times it does so!

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SOURCE: Flashes paperjame sign but there is no paper jame!

the problem is same sensor no work in the good way or ther is problem in the fusing unit or ther is problem in the feed unit

Posted on Jul 25, 2006

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SOURCE: PaperJam

I found that the little plastic hinge guide that supports/aligns the scanning area with the printer (stage 4 on the internal paper jam problem) was misaligned. I just removed it and the printer now works OK

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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SOURCE: pagepro 1350 will not feed paper

I have the same printer and had the same problem.
Cleaned takeup roller wit isopropyl and it has worked now for 18 months. If you dont use it often, remove top sheet from stack and blow the dust off it before printing.

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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SOURCE: x215 continously displays paperjam 1, there is no paper jam,

I didn't have this exact problem, mine was a paper jam 0 error. The problem was caused by a spring that got old ended using one out of a retractable ink pen. Once you take the four screws out that hold the back plate on and remove it. When facing the front of the printer the left side where the handle is will push back and top can be pulled down to remove. Be careful this is where the speaker is located. The speaker is connected by a six inch wire that can be easily unplugged. Facing the side of printer that was just removed is a plate with 5 or 6 numbered screws only remove the ones that are numbered. This is the drive system for the paper tray and out feed. My problem was the cam gear located to the right of the plate that was just removed. It is like two gears made as one with a spring in the middle and two coils used as a brake for the in feed. I did notice on the left side of the drive system was a light that is used for paper detection pointing towards a photo eye. Most likely that light has burned out for you. There is a side diagram located at http://support.lexmark.com:80/perl/support/support.cgi?relevance=&ccs=229:1:0:393:0:0&mode=DOCS&doctype=topdoc&term=&docid=ENUS20058

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

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SOURCE: ImageClass MF6530 paper jams all the time

clean rollers with an eraser.seriously.

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

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