How to obliterate Canon Printer paper jam issues?

by Maria Hayden Writer

Canon Printer is one of the most outstanding printers that help its users to proceed with the printing process efficiently. In most of the offices, it is preferred to use Canon Printer as it is reliable and trustworthy. Yes, there are indeed many issues associated with Canon Printer as well. Issues like paper jamming are severe and demand the intervention of the Canon Support. The services of Canon Printer are unbeatable; the experts are available round the clock to help its users. In this short blog, we have discussed the paper jamming problem and its solution in details. You can check out the blog for further details and information.

Let’s have a look at the ways to terminate Canon Printer Paper jamming!

Technique I: Rear Access panel should be removed

·         At the back of your machine, you are supposed to locate the knob

·         As soon as you find it you are supposed to turn it to an unlocked position

·         You must unmount the panel

·          Check out the jammed papers

·           Clear the obstructions especially the visible one

·            Now, place the rear panel back to its original position

Technique II: Clear the loading way

·                 You are supposed to remove any paper in a loading way

·                 Just at the front of the machine, you are supposed to reset the Printer

·                 Your Printer Cartridge should move freely

How to get in touch with the Canon Printer Customer Service?

Many times, we are not able to resolve the issues on our own. This is the time we demand the intervention of the experts. If you are facing any technical difficulties regarding Canon Printer, you can take help from the Canon Printer Customer Service. A team of engineers and professionals are present 24*7 to assist you.


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