Question about Canon i850 InkJet Photo Printer
Best probable cause here is the feeder sensor has wron out and its not detecting reqular stock. In this case I would humble replace the printer as a whole as it will only get worse over time. A new feeder $45 bucks labor = out the window. The easy way out of this is to try cleaning the unit really good but not all the time is that functional.
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Posted on May 26, 2010
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