When I press "paper feed" it feeds but when I am calculating, it barely inches the paper up. I've cleaned with canned air and used alcohol swabs on the rollers that feed the paper Any ideas on what else to do?
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Re: Canon 1008 D paper won't feed
Check from free of any foregin object droped inside (pins -stapler-small pieces of torn paper.-reset the calculator(off and on).apply light grease on gears and check if it is fine ok. if not pass it to service center.
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I have the same problem (no manual) but solved it: the port of entry for the paper feed in located on the back, near the bottom. The top piece (where you tear the paper off) moves slightly to the back and can be removed. Feed the paper into the machine; pull out a few inches asnd cut the edges of the paper, about two inches back, into a "V" and feed this point into the slot just below the "ridge" and press "feed". Problem solved!
For loading paper into canon p23-dh v is to cut a piece of index card to the length of 3 inches and to the width of the paper you want to load. Tape evenly to the end of the paper roll and put into the ****, pushing gently in and at the same time pressing the 'Feed" button. It will immediately feed since it is firmer than the Poat-it paper.
Make sure the paper has a straight clean edge. Feed the paper into the slot in the back - make sure the paper is straight. Paper will go in about 1/4 inch. Push the feed button and the paper should feed through the printer.
Okay just figured this one out but on the back of the claculator there is a slip slid paper in that Press the feed key and allow the paper to feed through the claculator if it doesn't feed through push the paper in a little and hit the feed key again. It worked for me