I use my printers (yes more that one) for crafting and printing for my antique consignment store business.
When I try to use laser waterslide paper or any type of labels it prints fine but then I have a indent on all my future papers. I have cleaned the machine as best I know how. I use heavy coated paper settings, changing settings when I print something different.
Are there different settings? Has anone else had this issue?
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Once the paper was UPS shipping labels, made for laser printers. The other was a waterslide craft paper, made for laser printer and this time hp glossy brochure paper, made for lasers.
I did not have any paper jam.
When it happens they are pulled from the main tray not the singe fed slot but the indent is on papers from both after it happens
I work the same hours as support, and do not have time to be on hold for hours, again.
In this situation, you can try reloading the toner cartridges using the steps in the link HERE. While the toner is out of the printer, you can also check the paper path to check for any obstructions. If you still have the same issue after reseating the toner and do not see any obstructions that can be removed, it would mean there is something wrong with the paper feed path. You can use the link HERE to log into your Canon account and check your service options for the printer.