Support Code 1300 Appears (Paper is Jammed When Feeding Paper From the Rear Tray) - TS6320

Article ID: ART175191 | Date published: 08/29/2019 | Date last updated: 08/29/2019
 

Description

Paper is jammed when feeding paper from the rear tray.

 

Solution

Cause

Paper is jammed when feeding paper from rear tray.

 

What to Do

If the paper fed from the rear tray is jammed, remove the jammed paper from the paper output slot or from the rear tray following the instructions below.

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  1. Slowly pull out paper, either from paper output slot or from rear tray, whichever is easier.

    Hold the paper with both hands, and pull it out slowly so as not to tear it.



     

     Note

    • If you cannot pull out the paper, turn the printer back on without pulling forcibly. The paper may be ejected automatically.
       
    • If paper becomes jammed during printing and you need to turn off the printer to remove it, press the printer's Stop button to stop the printing before you turn off the printer.
       
    • If the paper tears and you cannot remove the jammed paper from the paper output slot or the rear tray, remove the paper from inside the printer.
       

    • If you cannot pull the paper out from the paper output slot or from the rear tray, try to pull the paper out from the rear side of the printer.
       

 
  1. Reload paper and press the printer's OK button.

    The printer resumes printing. Reprint the page you were printing if it was not printed properly due to the paper jam.

    If you turned off the printer in step 1, the print data that was sent to the printer is erased. Redo the printing.


     Note

    • When reloading the paper, make sure you are using suitable paper and loading it correctly.
       
    • We recommend using paper sizes other than A5 to print documents with photos or graphics. A5 paper may curl and jam as it leaves the printer.


If the measures above do not solve the problem, your printer will require servicing.


If your product issue was not resolved after following the steps above, or if you require additional help, please create or log in to your Canon Account to see your technical support options.
 

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