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Canon D861, paper jam at exit roller. How can I get to it.

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SOURCE: Paper jammed at exit rollers of Canon D860. Paper

You can download the repair manual for a similiar Canon printer, the iR1200-1500, on Ebay for $ 3.00 to $ 5.00 and this will tell you how to take apart the printer. I had the same problem and the manual allowed me to remove the fuser assembly and clear the jam. If you prefer, Canon sells the Image Class D860/880 repair manual for you printer for $54 plus shipping. The Ebay dealer also included the parts maunal, which is a sepatate charge from Canon.

Posted on Jul 18, 2010

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SOURCE: paper jam at "exit" - canon D660

open side door and front door, there should be foor screws holding the fuser.
remove screws and take out unit ( be careful, there is a wire connected to the machine, you do not nesscessarily have to disconnect it. ) take out paper and replace.

Posted on Nov 14, 2007

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SOURCE: Hi I have a paper jam at the fuser rollers on a

You accually need a new fuser unit and to take it out its quite a mission.

you need to remove in this order:

the drum unit
the left panel holding the glass
the glass

where the scanner is there is a black thin guide holding the ribbon cable...take that off.

the display panel
bottom left side panel
bottom read side panel
bottom top panel

flip over the black milar cover over the power supply.

disconect the 3 cables

move the platern about half way and you will see the holes on top of the platen aligned to the bottom so to get to the 3 screws holding the fuser unit.

undo the screws with a long star screw driver and slowly wigle the fuser out.

to put it back you do everything in the opposite order.

Good luck

Posted on Oct 09, 2009

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SOURCE: paper jam in canon Imageclass D861 copy machine

Where inside in fixing unit, drum unit,...
It is problem if its fixing unit jam.Best take it to service

Posted on Jan 12, 2010

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