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Resolve the error code 1300 in Canon printers

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The error code 1300 is presented by Canon printer paper jam, we will appear on the printer screen and the corresponding error No. 3 from your computer error "E3".

First of all is encouraged to try to clear the jam plain paper, pull any paper with the including the top printer. Turn the printer off and on again, check if the error continues well into the printer.
Can a piece of paper from a previous jam has been and now is giving problems, use light as flashlights or lamps to check inside the printer with care, however small it may affect operation.

The paper jam Canon printers have different places, the first is where the pages come in the top (inbox).

This is the most common form paper jam occurs in Canon printers, to delete should even put the printer with the tray down. You may have entered a piece of fluff, even insects can get stuck in this place for the printer.
error printers canon 1300
error printers canon 1300
When pages are passed through which the ink is injected into the role, is a hangout for paper jams, here the thing is a bit complicated, if the printer has problems with the rollers will be necessary to take where a technician to verify it works and if it is worth repairing.

After removing the jammed paper, convenient to restore the document that is in print, we must press the button stop / reset. It is a triangle inside a circle, the printer will direct you to solve the problem quickly.

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3 comments:

  1. NOTHING I did got rid of error message until I tried cardboard - sounds dangerous but really worked for me. This guy on you tube shows you how - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_57Jogak1I
    Hope it works for you!

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  2. Yes same here really Lit, trial and error inserting card partially in with printer off, combined with opening and closing the print cartridge cover. Eventually the card went through along with lots of noise! Now the printer is working with no error message. I was just about to call it a day and buy a new one too. My model is the Canon MG2450.

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  3. Omg the cardboard thingie does work, there was a pin stuck in the printer and it dislodged it 😊

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