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Is the mecanical problem, some times is some plastic gear defective or stell wire losed( out of place)

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Please clean the followings using a cloth/ cleaning paper moistened with iso-propyl alcohol:(Pls refer to page-95 of your scanner getting started guide)
1.Pad Assy 2. Ultrasonic sensor 3. Idler roller 4. Pick roller 5. feed roller 6. Eject roller and 7. Glass surface

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I have many years experience repairing Canon scanners so here is my suggestion for you.

Can you see if the small grey roller on the top is turning when your trying to feed in a sheet of paper? If so then your problem is with one of the rollers in the back of the machine. If its not turning then you have either a belt tension problem or a bad pick up motor.

If the small grey roller is turning then lift up the top half of the scanner, another words open it up like there was a peice of paper jammed in it. With the power turned off to your scanner run your hand over the black rollers on the top they should all spin freely. The small black rollers are mounted on shaft and each row is on one shaft so those 4 or 5 shafts need to spin freely or the paper will not pass through the machine. If one of them is dragging or binding then there probably is gunk in one of the bronze rollers at the end of the shaft. If you can locate the bad shaft then you need to remove the silver plate that covers those shafts there are 2 or 3 phillips screws on each side of that silver plate (both sides) that need to be removed so you can have access to the bad bushing. Once you locate the bad roller and bushing to remove the bushing you push up on the spring clip that holds it in. There is a tab to push up on and then rock the bushing until it slides out of the machine. Once you have it in your hand clean out the gunk and use some white grease and then reinstall it back on the shaft and then reinstall the silver cover back on the machine the roller should spin freely now and your problem is corrected.

If its one of the lower rollers you probably will hear a metal on metal sound. If you try to spin these rollers by hand you will feel resistance since they are belt driven. If you push hard and they do all spin and you dont hear a metal sound like metal on metal or a squeeking sound your ok. If you do hear a metal on metal sound or a squeeking sound I would recommend you call your local Canon dealer for the repair only because taking the scanner apart is easy putting it back together again is a little tricky. I can explain how to do it to you but its time consuming on the reassembly.

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I take it your a tech or have tech ability
in my personal experience Squeeking or noticable squeeking has manily from the Output Assembly
if you can here it from the rear it is the Output assy. glad i could help

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The squeeking sound usually is in the fuser area

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