Question about Canon BJC 7000 InkJet Printer
The last thing I did was print a color document, now it won't do anything but beep and flash.
Is there any chance I can fix this BJC 7000 myself?
Thanks for any help.
The 6 beeps along with the orange light stands for "Re-install BJ cartridge or replace it". You might have already fixed the problem by replacing the cartridge, and you're still stuck with the error indication. Waste Error Reset 1: Power off printer 2: Hold Resume button then press and hold POWER, the beeper will sound once. 3: Hold POWER and release RESUME 4: Press RESUME twice 5: When the indicator lights steady, press RESUME three(3) times. The indicator should be orange. 6: Press Power to set data If it still doesn't go away, try cleaning the contacts the cartridge makes with the printhead. Dip the carts contacts(dipping only the contact area) in shallow hot water for a minute, then wipe dry with a cloth that doesn't shed fiber. Also clean the contacts on the printhead using a damp cloth, maybe also some alcohol. If it still doesn't go away you have to think of replacing the printhead, or chucking it. Good luck
Posted on Jun 22, 2006
SOURCE: Error light & 7 beeps
geez, going back in time,but it is a print position fault, head is not traveling correctly , make sure rail is lubed and carriage can move back and forth without obstruction,
Posted on Oct 26, 2007
SOURCE: 3 beeps
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Posted on Dec 21, 2007
print head may have failed with a possible temperature problem. Remove the old drivers first through add and remove programs...then
Try reinstalling the drivers:
This should do it for you, please leave rating
thank you kindly
Posted on May 08, 2009
This is a carriage error.
1. Printhead is stuck to the docking area either because some old ink has become like glue.
2. A piece of paper got over there and is jamming it.
3. The spring is weak and is not pulling the docking area down.
4. The Purge unit has failed and needs to be replaced.
Turn the printer off and then slide the printhead to the left and use a flashlight to see if you see any paper stuck around where the two sponges that where sitting below the prinhead or if it just didn’t lower like it should have.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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