Canon Support Number for Canon Printer Paper Jam Issue
Canon Printer Causes Paper Jam Error
- Incorrectly inserted paper. Load paper into the input tray. Sheets are glued together, folded or brittle paper, and an overloaded tray can cause all the problems. Even using the wrong type of paper can cause a paper jam.
- Damaged Rollers. Rollers can suffer wear and tear over time. Incorrect placing may cause damage to them.
- Low-quality paper. Printers, photocopiers, and MFDs are very accurate devices. Using low-quality paper can cause flakes and shreds that cause issues.
- Low-quality cartridges. Low-quality cartridges may supersede stray ink and toner. This will not only cause a paper jam but will also affect output quality.
Stopping Paper Jam Error in Canon Printer
- Make sure that your printer paper is correctly seated in the slot or tray.
- If the Canon printer has a paper tray, do not fill the tray to capacity. Overfilling paper trays is often the cause of paper jams.
- Many printers have a sliding mechanism that allows different types and sizes of paper to feed into Canon printers. If the slider is not positioned properly, it can cause paper jams.
- Use standard office paper. Folded, labeled and special paper can often cause jams because they have irregular dimensions. If confused about which type of paper Canon accepts the printer, consult the printer documentation.