Question about Canon PIXMA iP3000 InkJet Photo Printer
Try to remove the cassette that holds the paper ready to feed. Then try pulling the paper carefully.
Some printers have a lever or button to allow printing on thicker paper or card, this can also be used to help clear jams.
Often its best to remove the inks before trying to clear a jam as you may have to tilt the printer at some odd angles to get in at the paper.
Use bent dits of wire, screwdrivers, long nose pliers etc to fish out paper jams, in some cases even partially dismantle the printer.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The way most printers know their output tray is full is by a little flag that passes by a sensor. Look for a little piece of plactic that should be hanging right by where the paper comes out. It is flag is not hanging then it must be **** and it is reading output full. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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