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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: having problem copying from ADF
On this model, the Intensity needs to be set to 'Manual' to make copies from the ADF.
1. Press the 'Settings' button repeatedly until 'Intensity' is displayed
2. Press the left or right arrow until 'Manual Adjust' is displayed, then press the 'OK' button
3. Press the left button to decrease the intensity, or the right button to increase the intensity, then press the 'OK' button
4. Press the 'Back' button repeatedly to return to the Copy standby mode
To return to 'Auto Adjust', follow the above instructions selecting 'Auto Adjust' at step 2, and skipping step 3
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
There are a few things you can try:
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
Testimonial: "Thenk you very much for your assistance, I will try your solutions. regds Robert"
I tried the other solutions listed here - and no luck. After cleaning the inside of the ADF, like the manual suggested - no change. How are you supposed to do that anyway? Deep cleaning the inside of the machine also has nothing to do with it.
I finally figured out why things that I copied with the ADF had lines/marks on them, but those placed directly on the platen (big glass) were fine. When you copy with the ADF, the copy is not being made from the large glass area. Rather, there is a thin glass area right next to it.
Turns out, there were a couple of smudges (goo) on that thin piece of glass which were creating long vertical lines down every sheet. Cleaned the glass - problem solved!
Gosh, I hope this helps someone else save some time, and frustration.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
I had exactly the same problem (error Code:2,140,2) in Canon PIXMA MP250, and it was solved when I replaced both ink cartridges which were almost empty (almost without ink). I know an scanner problem is not supposed to be in relation with ink or printer problems, but that's the way I've fixed it. Good luck!
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
Canon Pixma MX330, ADF error, Code : 2,103,0
Here's what I found. There were no stuck gears or pieces of plastic caught anywhere.
The ****** can still feed paper, except for (consistently) the last page -->error/stuck.
1) In order to CLEAR THE ERROR you need to do two things
a) & b):
a) Press OK, WITH THE HOOD OPEN, with a piece of paper loaded in the ADF, being careful to grab the paper manually as it comes out of the bottom of the hood.
b) Windex the strip of glass surface which sits under the ADF next to the platen. This needs to be done with attention to minute detail, and a bright LED flashlight; since ink smudges off of documents and collects on the glass with alarming frequency. The machine may think these smudges are caught/jammed paper.
2) In order to SCAN a stack of paper, add one blank sheet to the bottom of your document. This page will be the one that
fails to clear the ADF, generates an error, and must be manually cleared before the next job.
The rest of your pages will have already scanned.
Repeat Every Time You Use it
Posted on Apr 15, 2011
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