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Canon PIXMA MP160 Multifunction Printer
I had a paper jam, then took out the paper. There were no tears or even wrinkles. Now, the paper won't feed at all into the printer, although the printer acts like it is printing, thus spewing ink inside of it.
I can't even push a piece of paper through, to possibly reset a sensor - if there even is one.
I'm the person who handles all the copier issues at work when people screw something up and I have been very successful. This printer is really making me lose my temper though.
Any advice is welcome. Thanks.
You might want to figure out how the paper flows through the printer. Sets of rollers move the paper up, down, down, and up check from where the paper starts in and around to where it ends it might just be one piece of paper crumbled up very small somewhere lodged in the rollers.
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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