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When I get ready to print something, it won't print - something is going on with the roller or the feeder. I've tried several times to print out something, and each time, I try to print, nothing prints out. What should I do? Is it cheaper to have it fixed or buy another one? Thank you. TIna Humphrey

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  • tinahump Jul 20, 2009

    I forgot to mention, the paper won't even go through the feeder. It just stops or gets jammed up - do I still need the Canon special lube for the paper transport? And where do I get this products from?

    Thanks

    Tina

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This is a good printer, if the paper is blank you may need a purge assembly, if there are 11 blinks of the error light it just needs Canon special lube for the paper transport. Definitely worth the repair...

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