Question about Canon PIXMA MP150 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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How much is this going to cost me ????? every time there's support there's a cost !! canon doesnt answer free , i wanted to know why it says paper jam??? i see no paper jam ??? where am i suppose to look for this ????? the printer has hardly been used, maybe printed 20 copies ,

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  • ovstog Oct 18, 2010

    i still dont see any solutions to my problem , about my printer telling me that i have a" paper jam " i do not see a paper jam any place !!!

  • ovstog Oct 18, 2010

    my pixma mp 240 canon printer , wont print ! the page say.s i have a" paper jam" there is no place that i can see, where there's a paper jam ! there's a new inker, power is on, it prints but crumbles the paper after it starts printing !!!

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On the link below it will give you some tricks on how to fix the paper jam.

http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/forums/printer/41752

Good Luck

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Printed 20 copies? So is the printer a brand new one?

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