Question about Canon PIXMA MP130 All-In-One InkJet Printer
Replace Feeder sensor its a plastic piect the is a sensor that detects there is apaper in the feeder paper path, when these go bad the thing does not feed, or says your out of paper.
T will probably cost you more to have it repaired then getting a new canon or whatever all in one youe decide to buy.
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The printer should accept print paper ready for feed commands when computer sends jobs with clicks. A paper feeder tray may be clogged, attempt to open compartments to ascertain for misaligned or adjusted entrapment areas. Paper feeder adjustments that are tightened least allows feeder processing while loosened paper feeder clips allows several print papers at a time. Select the appropriate adjustment for the papers. Second, printers that run out of ink display sensitive malfunctions either as inability to feed paper when available. Ascertain that printer ink is available.
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