Question about Canon PIXMA MP210 Photo All-In-One Printer
It doesn't take much at all to cause this. a bit of dust or sliver of paper in the worng place
Open all the doors take out the cartridges and look for anything. You can use a cleam brush and the vacumm to clean it out. Sometimes just doing this will get the bit causing the problem without you ever seeing it.
It is possible that the paper sensor has failed but that isn't as common as the invisible (or so it seems) pain in the **** paper sliver for causing this. If it is the sensor the replacement cost is about the same as a new printer.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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