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IP4000 service error 6B00

I have a Canon Pixma IP4000 and I keep getting service error 6B00 when trying to print. I read online about cleaning the plastic parts around where the heads park with Q-tips wet with Windex, and I've done that numerous times but it hasn't worked. Please let me know if y'all can think of some other solution or maybe a part I've missed in cleaning.
Thanks so much!!

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6B00 is a paper feed error, look in the back with a mirror and flashlight, and see if something has fallen in where you put the paper for printing.

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