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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a canon pixma
Possible that the in-detect sensors to the printer could be faulty resulting in detecting a false signal to indicate there is a paper jam. Since you have confirmed the auto document feed to be free from any jams the possible chance of the detector circuit in the mother board is also a possible chance.
If so the mother board must be checked for any loose connections, tighten all the leads.
You can remove printer from PC, un-install and reinstall then connect printer to confirm if there is any driver issues.
If none of the above works the Canon service must be consulted for estimation.
Posted on Nov 30, 2010
SOURCE: I have the Canon MX320
I am having the same problem with mine. I was searching the internet and found that there is a reset procedure but would not work with mine. Possibly it will work for you. Here is the link.
If it does not work or you find something out with your please let me know
Posted on Jan 18, 2011
SOURCE: canon mx320...i dont have a
on the top of your printer, the ADF section (Automatic Document Feeder) where the documents is feed to for faxing, check if there is a paper stuck in it.
or better open the ADFcover and examine a latch switch make sure it is standing up right.
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
Canon Pixma MX330, ADF error, Code : 2,103,0
Here's what I found. There were no stuck gears or pieces of plastic caught anywhere.
The ****** can still feed paper, except for (consistently) the last page -->error/stuck.
1) In order to CLEAR THE ERROR you need to do two things
a) & b):
a) Press OK, WITH THE HOOD OPEN, with a piece of paper loaded in the ADF, being careful to grab the paper manually as it comes out of the bottom of the hood.
b) Windex the strip of glass surface which sits under the ADF next to the platen. This needs to be done with attention to minute detail, and a bright LED flashlight; since ink smudges off of documents and collects on the glass with alarming frequency. The machine may think these smudges are caught/jammed paper.
2) In order to SCAN a stack of paper, add one blank sheet to the bottom of your document. This page will be the one that
fails to clear the ADF, generates an error, and must be manually cleared before the next job.
The rest of your pages will have already scanned.
Repeat Every Time You Use it
Posted on Apr 15, 2011
Please check on the ADF section if there is a jammed paper and remove it. ADF stands for Automatic Document Feeder, it is where you put the paper for faxing.
It is also better to check the paper sensor on the ADF section and see if it return back to its normal position. Open the cover of the ADF section, you will find a white plastic that click when your press down and lifted up back when release. This is the paper feed sensor. If this do not return to normal position, you will need to have it replaced by a certified printer technician.
Removing the power cord at the back and leaving it for at least 30 minutes will sometimes do the trick of removing the error on your printer.
Posted on Jun 29, 2011
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