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Canon clc-700 stops copying when paper sticks to drum

We use the glass scanner on a clc-700 canon laser copier. The paper sticks to the drum inside and causes a jam. I checked the fuser oil and it was low so I topped it off but does not help. I am maybe able to get one copy at best. gus_mouse at hotmail dot com is an email for me.

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  • gus_mouse Jan 15, 2008

    I took the paper feed assembly out. I looked into it further and the drum it is stuck on is the clear drum that feeds the paper around to the transfer drum. It is not stuck on the transfer drum. The paper is really feed in wrong I believe. I did about 10 sheets (no copies successfully) and the paper goes in straight but gets stuck at an angle. The front of the machine edge of the paper is about 1/4 inch further along in the feed process than the back edge of the paper in the machine. This is only 8-1/2 x 11 paper nothing large. That is the orientation in which it jams. I did notice a noise like a gear clicking when it jams but I think that is because it jams. The gears are not broken. I cleaned the roller assembly that feeds the paper and it had toner on it but looked relatively clean. I will need to look at it again when I can in more detail, but after 2 hours of staring at a small space I need to give my eyes a rest. I didn't see any gears worn or broke but need to look at the solenoids opening the claws? I'll have to figure a way to test that. Until later... Gus

  • Anonymous Feb 19, 2009

    My copier is Canon CLC-700 and it has the same problem, paper jum in the drum unit and crushed in one conner

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Could be one of two things.

Either the transfer / separation corona wire is dirty / broken, or the separation current is set wrong.

or

The drum separation claws aren't moving. Possibly a stuck solenoid.

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