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ip8750 paper is slipping/not straight

ttbarber
Apprentice

Hi, 

I have an ip8750 and I'm trying to print an A3 borderless photo. The paper appears to be slipping or isn't being fed in straight to begin with.

I'm using genuine canon ink and photo paper. I've tried cleaning rollers and the back plate.

Is there any way I can fix this? Or a setting to chane?

Thanks

 

PXL_20240225_235547412.jpg

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Kristoff
Rising Star

Thanks for joining the conversation, ttbarber!

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shadowsports
Legend
Legend

Greetings ,

Are these pages being fed in one at a time?  If one or more pages are stacked it may cause a feeding misalignment.

Have you tried cleaning the feed rollers:

Canon : PIXMA Manuals : iP8700 series : Cleaning the Paper Feed Rollers from Your Computer

 

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