Oct 28- That darn printer !

Malaysia
October 28, 2017 1:34am CST
I am in a foul mood now! Had been trying to print 12 pages of test paper for my son but the darn Canon printer keeps jamming up the paper! Can't blame it because this Canon printer is very old, about 5 years old, it is a laser black and white printer. The problem is the feeder, it cannot print more than 3 papers at the same time. I tried 2 papers, still jam, chew up the papers instead. Had to open up the cover, remove the toner and drum in order to remove the chewed up papers. Nope, I won't be changing the printer since it is still functioning. After all, I don't use it everyday, just once a month. How old is your printer?
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11 responses
@jobelbojel (4724)
• Philippines
28 Oct
I bet the printer is just hungry. Lol. I don't have a printer at home.
4 people like this
• Malaysia
30 Oct
yeah, hungry printer keeps chewing up then papers
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• Philippines
30 Oct
@peachpurple Aww. I hope it get fix soon.
@jstory07 (57105)
• Roseburg, Oregon
28 Oct
I hope you get your printer up and running or you will have to buy a new printer.
4 people like this
• Malaysia
30 Oct
Just the paper jam,I could only print one page at a time, not more than that
@Rusmini (95)
28 Oct
I think your printer only needs to be cleaned
3 people like this
• Malaysia
30 Oct
I think the roller is dirty
@LadyDuck (118591)
• Switzerland
28 Oct
Get a white rug, wet the rug with a bit of alchol and rub the rubber roll of the Canon printer. The paper leaves a fine dust and this is what causes the jam.
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• Malaysia
30 Oct
@LadyDuck ok, thanks I go find the thinner
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@LadyDuck (118591)
• Switzerland
31 Oct
@peachpurple It worked for me, I removed the dust caused by the paper and then the paper stopped jamming.
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• Malaysia
1 Nov
@LadyDuck thanks I will try that
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@Corbin5 (78823)
• United States
28 Oct
I think our printer is about 3 years old. So far, it is still working well.
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• Malaysia
30 Oct
what brand?
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@Corbin5 (78823)
• United States
30 Oct
@peachpurple It is a Canon printer.
@prashu228 (22104)
• India
29 Oct
My printer is not working anymore. I am thinking of giving it to repair
1 person likes this
• Malaysia
30 Oct
No power?
• Philippines
28 Oct
Our printer was bought 2 years ago. Unfortunately, I lost the installer and didn't know if i can download it.
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• Malaysia
30 Oct
What brand? I look for you
@TRBRocks420 (60873)
• Banks, Oregon
28 Oct
I don't have one right now, bro does though.
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• Malaysia
30 Oct
thanks
@Shavkat (44872)
• Philippines
28 Oct
We had a printer. However, it is totally broken.
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• Malaysia
30 Oct
you too? Printer doesn't last long eh?
@dodoazo (10078)
• Philippines
28 Oct
I got a new printer. It's the latest printer Brother. Sometimes the printer experienced paper due to the poor quality of paper especially its thickness. If not the paper quality then the feeder is dirty.
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• Malaysia
30 Oct
yes, some printer only accepts 80g papers, 70g too light gets jam easily
@kepweng (5874)
31 Oct
i remember i have a printer and i dont use it and its destroy stops working how Old is your printer?