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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If you haven't cleaned the optics and the coronas, do it. Always clean the machine, first. It'll save you money in the end. Not just the original glass. There are 3 optical mirrors in the optics cavity(underneath the original glass). One above the drum, and there are thre high voltage corona wires that get dirty.
White usually means that light is being blocked, and black usually means dirty coronas.
Don't know your technical level. if you need instructions
scanner bulb or mirrors of scanner must be having some dust on it.its easy to open the upper glass unit of scanner,jst open it carefully n clen the bulb ,mirrors n the calibration strip(black n white strip below the copier glass)with moist cloth.n refit it simply .ur copier will start copying for sure.feel free to ask 4 further asssistance.wish u success.
If you want to do a simple fix. Turn the copier off and take the copy board glass off and use a dry rag and Carefully clean the mirrors of the scanner and the lamp. Put the copy board glass back on and turn the copier back ON and go to "Additioal Funcations" and run a Full Autogradation adjustment.. Good Luck
The paper on the CLC-1180 is held to the Transfer Drum by static attraction. Certain papers or media will not work with machine. One thing you can try is to check the flex the paper. Flex the paper and see which way it has the most flex. If the paper has more flex or bend in the Landscape direction load the paper in the Letter "R" direction, or Portrait direction (letter). If the paper is too stiff it will conform to curvature of the transfer drum and Jam.
Canon does not recommend the use of Transfer Material in the CLC series. Canon does have a recommended Heat Transfer Paper for Fabric item # 6094A082AA that will work with the copier.
Canon does recommend aftermarket transfer paper do the damage possible to the fixing rollers. It's possible you could get a Service Tech to adjust the Attraction charge in the copiers service mode to make this paper work better. The CLC 1100 series this very fussy about paper and some papers will just not work. The newer Canon Color copiers use a Transfer Belt which eliminate the bends and provide a straight through paper path much improving the performance with odd or heavy papers.
remove the lamp and check the continuity, the lamp may be burnt out, also check the lamp thermal fuse. Failing that, check the continuity of the lamp cable, it may be broken inside the sheathing. And failing that, replace the lamp regulator.