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Paper Feed is Jamming

When I go to print a document, the paper bunches up on the right side (facing printer) and doesn't get fed into the printer at all. All that happens is my paper gets ruined and I waste ink on nothing. There isn't anything visible blocking the feed rollers, but I can't figure out what else could be going on. Any suggestions?

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  • Anonymous May 22, 2008

    canon pixma MP160

  • alien15 May 27, 2008

    Hi,
    I have got the same problem with my MP130. The difference is it is getting jammed on left side (facing the printer).


  • Ray rob May 28, 2008

    I have a piece of paper jammed on the right side (facing the printer) and can no means to retrieve the paper that is jammed

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Unplug the power cable and the usb cable from the back..........press the power buton for 20 sec........its to release the static from the printer...replug all the cables......printer would work properly now

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Step 1Turn on your printer. Make sure it is plugged into an electrical outlet and installed properly.
  • Step 2Wait for your printer to stop. Do not load paper while it is printing or running any kind of maintenance operation.
  • Step 3Prepare your paper. Make sure your paper is right side up (glossy, whiter or label side should be facing up). Make sure all the pages are lined up together, like a deck of cards.
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