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Thanks for the clarification. We initially mistook it for a non-US model. The MX922 is the North American version of that printer, whereas other printers named "MX92_," with a differest last digit, are sold in other regions of the world. Your question has been forwarded to a technician and we should have an answer for you soon.
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The PIXMA MX922 has both an upper cassette and a lower cassette to load paper into. The upper cassette is meant for smaller-sized photo paper, while the lower cassette is meant for larger-sized photo paper and plain paper. Please double check that the program you are printing in has been set for the correct type of paper, as it may be pulling from a tray that is empty.
You can check out the following link for guidance, which shows step-by-step directions on how to load the paper into the appropriate tray: http://bit.ly/1FvLvLH
However, if the issue persists, our U.S.-based support team will need to take a closer look into what is going on. They can be reached by phone or email at http://bitly.com/ContactCanon and they are happy to help!
I have had this printer and for months have had the same issue. It is so frustrating that I am just about at the point where I am going to throw this printer away and buy a different brand.
There is paper in the printer and it is aligned with the guides. The printer still says it is out of paper.
I turn the printer on/off and it still happens.
Nothing is working.
So we can better assist you, please let us know what size and type of paper you are trying to print on.
If this is a time-sensitive matter, additional support options are available at Contact Us.
This is most probably a driver issue, nothing to do with paper size or type. I have been on several forums and Canon reps do not know the answer. At least for Macs, changing printer drivers to Gutenprint drivers solves the issue. The drivers should be installed first, then the printer should be removed in the printers preference pane and added again. But then one needs to choose CUPS-Gutenprint rather than Canon driver.
On my Mac running 10.11.3 the 2-year old printer showed code 1007 (upper cassette empty).