Question about Canon ImageClass D660 Copier
This sounds like the timing sensor has been dislodged or damaged this happens when the paper is pulled out against the natural travel path of the paper. look for a broken off sensor flag or a flag that does not move frreely. if the paper is jamming close to exiting the printer check the fuser sensors for free movement. if its stopping more around the toner check the sensor above where the paper first comes out of the drawer. knowing where it jams would be of great help. hope this helps you
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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