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Printer won't print

The message states the paper thickness lever is the cause.
What and where is the paper thickness lever, and how can I correct it?

Does anybody know about Canon printer problems and error codes?
I have a Canon i250 printer and has flashing yellow light, and 7 beeps.

Thank you
Silviu Hategan

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  • sales99 Sep 11, 2008

    I have a canon i250 printer and it won`t print . It registers that it knows what to print but a fault note comes up saying it has full ink in colour and black but that is wrong, i was running low on the black and have now put a new one in but it will still not print . The green light is flashing from green to orange but nothing happens it just says printer is busy. i have turned the printer off and on and still is the same.What could i do next to make it print . thank you.

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The lever is right above the ink cartridges. Turn on your printer and open the lid like you would to change the ink. You'll see a small blue lever that has two positions, left for regular paper and right for envelopes.

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

I found help with the beeps and light at http://www.annoyances.org/exec/forum/winme/1175058422

Posted on Mar 14, 2008

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I know that the paper lever is where your paper is loaded. Check the grey plastic tab and try to drag it to the right or left. Depending on your paper size you might have to check the owners manual.

Posted on Mar 05, 2008

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