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Paper Jam I inserted a partial sheet of labels (I'd cut it to about 3 1/2" x 8 1/2")--leading with the 1/2" header.  I've done this before without problem but this time, I didn't "seat it" carefully before giving the print command from the computer.  Apparently, it mis-fed, and due to the size of the paper, it is in the mechanism where I can't reach it to remove it. How do I remove the "platen" of the printer?  Or--what can I do to get the paper out? Thanks in advance!

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Check out the "owner's manual" at this site:

http://www.generalmanual.com/Printers/Canon-i900D-Photo-Inkjet-Printer.htm

It'll show you how to go about the removal of the "platen". Let me know if you have any questions.


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Everything is held together by screws, (basic screws) Basically start opening all of the panels on the top and removing them. The doors will pop out at the sides and you should start seeing some screws. Just make sure you take pictures and put everything in order on a table that you take apart. After taking apart enough components, you will have access to the rollers. There will be screws on the back possibly also. Usually with all inkjet printers, you won't find screws on the bottom with the common brands. If you get stuck, let me know and I will have you post some pictures of where you are stuck. good luck

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