My Canon PC-860 Black & White Photocopier won't print properly after a paper jam.....the copies are almost invisible. This has happened before and each time was rectified by gently brushing the roller. I've tried this this time but to no avail. ....And why does this happen every time paper gets jammed ?...It's infuriating ! Help, please ! Thanks
Maybe your transfer roller is shorting, not allowing image transfer from drum to paper. when you run a copier and stop it during process, is there a good , strong image on the drum. If so, either remove transfer roller, and blow it off good with a compressor air (STRONG PRESSURE) or blow it off in the copier. This may work. let me know. Sounds as tho electrical grid or image transfer problem.
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The paper feed system is worn (rollers, and separation pad). What is happening, is extra sheets are being fed into the machine primarily because the separation unit is not doing it's job properly. So rather than just one page at a time being fed, it is allowing an extra sheet to "creep" in intermittently, causing the jam. And the indicator you are seeing is the "jam" indicator.
You may check wether one of the sensors from the paper path is not blocked or broken! if everything looks fine and there is no paper inside it might be a more seroius problem! no reset button for this kind of proiblem!
If the blank ink still cames in the printer means that their still ink inside the cartridge, kindly check if there are papers left inside the printer when it was removed if there is you have to take it off.
Turn off the printer, delete the remaining files that is to printed on the printer dialog box by just double clicking the icon found at the bottom of the task bar.
Turn on the power of the printer, have a printer test to test if the pritned copy is good. Clean the head, or the nozzle of the printer at the maintenance tab.
If the problem still arises means the head align was damage or mess align that happend when the paper was remove forcely.