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Paper Trouble When Printing - Canon LR1 User Manual

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The
light comes on
LOW INK
Is it time to replace the
ink tanks?

Paper Trouble When Printing

The paper is jammed
Follow the steps in Clearing Paper Jams (see page 3-8) and remove the paper.
The paper does not feed properly
Paper does not feed / Paper feeds diagonally
Is the paper too thick?
Is there too much paper
loaded in the printer?
Is the paper bent or curled?
When feeding manually, is
the paper guide set properly?
When feeding from the paper
supply tray, is the paper
loaded correctly into the
tray?
Troubleshooting
Chapter 5
Confirm the type of ink installed in your printer
and check the ink tank (see page 2-6).
You cannot use paper that exceeds 38 lb (105 g/m
(see page 3-1).
You can load up to 50 sheets (20 lb or 75 g/m
feeding from the paper supply tray (40 sheets with
High Resolution Paper), but only one sheet at a time
when feeding manually.
Do not use paper that is bent or creased. Smooth
out all curls before using curled paper (see page 3-6).
Align the paper guide with the left edge of the paper
(see page 3-5).
Place the edge of the paper so it fits under the clips
(see page 3-4).
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