I love my MX922. "Old reliable"..however, recently the ADF will not properly feed paper, either single or double side feed. The problem started with a double side scan. The document would pull through, scan and eject. However, when the ADF pulled the document back in to scan the reverse side, the document would stick and I'd get an error...something to the effect that the document was too long. Nah...8-1/2 x 11. Now, the ADF will "stutter" pulling the document in for the first scan...single side or double side. The document gets hung up "making the turn". I've cleaned everything as best I can. I cleaned all of the visible rollers, shined a flashlight into the ADF and I see nothing that would appear to cause this hang up. Old rollers, maybe? Suggestions folks!
Based on the description, it could be a issue with the rollers and the printer would require service.
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Thanks for the tip! I bought a MB5120 as a replacement. Now, I find that Canon won't sell an extra paper tray. GRRR. I had the extra for my MX922 for envelopes. Now, I have to pull the paper out, reset the guides, put the envelope in, print, repeat. Buyer's remorse now. Again...GRRRRR
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