20 Most Recent Canon PIXMA MP210 Photo All-In-One Printer - Page 5 Questions & Answers

e3 means paper jam. check for jammed papers inside printer. also check if the carriage that contains cartridges can move freely, left to right and look for obstructons that prevents it from moving

Canon PIXMA... | Answered on Oct 18, 2013

its paper jammed inside printer or the carriage cant move freely

Canon PIXMA... | Answered on Oct 18, 2013

if you can print but cant scan, your usb is ok. so its either your pc or your scanner machine has the problem. to isolate the scanner machine if it has the problem, try to scan with the lid or scanner cover is open. observe if the "stick" (with the lights and belt attach to it) can move around the glass (left or right or up and down, depends on how you look at it). if its stuck in one side, then you have a mechanical problem. otherwise, check for your pc for some problem. you can check it by installing the printer driver to a 2nd computer and see if that pc can scan or not. if that 2nd pc cant scan too, definitely your printer is defective

Canon PIXMA... | Answered on Oct 18, 2013

i think p07 refers ink absorber is ful and asks for ireset. . as far as i know, printers that came after mp198 mostly requires software reset. you might need to search for a software reset specific for your printer.

Canon PIXMA... | Answered on Oct 18, 2013

If it is not Genuine Canon ink I suggest you replace with genuine cartridges.

Canon PIXMA... | Answered on Aug 26, 2013

ho to use the scanner of canon mp258

Canon PIXMA... | Answered on Aug 15, 2013

Go to product website and contact supplier. They will love your business.

Canon PIXMA... | Answered on Aug 02, 2013

The L7780 usually has a duplexer which has a rear access panel on it but this is NOT the panel that the printer detects as open.

In the L7780 anything that is connected/slotted into the rear slot/hole is considered to be the rear access panel. This means the duplexer (which is standard on the L7780) is seen as the "rear access panel".

Stand looking at the back of the printer
Inside the slot on the right side you will see a green circuit board with four metal contacts on it. Check that these are not soiled or damaged in any way. Clean if necessary.

On the right side of the dupler you will see only TWO metal pins that spring out and should make contact with two of the contact points. It's possible that these are damaged and/or broken. You may need to free, re-bend, etc... these CAREFULLY so that they stick out properly. Ultimately the goal is to ensure that the metal pins touch the appropriate contacts on the circuit board.

If all else fails, check your warranty and contact HP to see if they can provide a replacement duplexer. If the circuit board itself (in the printer) is damaged though you may need to return the printer itself.

Hope that helps.

Canon PIXMA... | Answered on Jul 14, 2013

Sounds like the feed rollers need cleaning.
Clean the feed rollers, lint free cloth,bottled water.
wait for them to properly dry

Revolve the feed roller bar as you clean them, to clean the feed rollers all the way round, remove all particles from them.

Check you ADF grips are set correctly, if not you will get mis-fed sheets. check the tray is sat properly too or mis-feeds.

Check paper size is correct in print properties too.
Should be good then
Try print.


Canon PIXMA... | Answered on Jul 05, 2013

the error P 0 8 means that the ink level in the cartridges is not recognized.
On the printers control board you have a buton that is called Resume/Cancel, it is the buton near the copy black and copy color butons. You can recognize it by the red triangle in a red circle.
Press this buton for at least 10 seconds, if the error is not gone from the first time press and hold the buton for at least 10 seconds for the second time.

Canon PIXMA... | Answered on May 05, 2013

Depending on your Canon printer model there are numerous solutions to reset the ink level monitoring to allow print operations. A collection of all the reset procedures, for iP/MP/MX and MG printer models, can be found on the Inkjet411.com site (both document and video versions).

Canon PIXMA... | Answered on May 02, 2013

This error indicates replacement of ink cartridge. You can try to reset the printer by turning power off and then switch it on after 20 seconds. If this works, great, else you will have to get new ink cartridge.

The manual for your All In One device is available at the link below:


Canon PIXMA... | Answered on May 02, 2013

Error E1,6 means Ink has run out.

http://wwwflashing E 1 then 6.indiepowerpop.com/Canon MP210 Manuals/mp210_qsg_en-us_v1.pdf

navigate to this link, this the user manual of PIXMA MP210, where you can see meaning of errors and how to troubleshoot them.

Canon PIXMA... | Answered on Apr 22, 2013



Canon PIXMA... | Answered on Mar 26, 2013

This will either be because your printer is having trouble recognising the cartridges or warning of low ink because the cartridges have been refilled. Connect a computer to the printer and it will hopefully give you more info.

If your printer cannot recognise the cartridges try wiping the contacts on the front of the cartridges and re-installing. If your printer still doesn't recognise the ink cartridges then sadly they will need replacing.

If it is just a low ink warning then carry on printing untill the printer thinks the cartridges are empty and prevents you from printing. You can them get around this message by pressing the stop/reset/resume button for 5 seconds and continue printing. More information on this can be found here: http://www.refreshcartridges.co.uk/igloo/the-infamous-canon-resumestopreset-button/

Hope this helps.

Canon PIXMA... | Answered on Feb 21, 2013

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