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My Cnon Pixma MP600 is howing error code 6000 and I cannot resolve the problem. I have cancelled printing and switchd on and off. When I switch on it makes a grating noie. There is no trouble shooting secion in my manual.

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Hi!!!

try to reinstall the driver of your printer
it might been of error or lose of data in registry
try reinstall the driver

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Error code 6000


Go To Below official Canon Printer Page For Your problem http://forums.usa.canon.com/t5/errors/FilterErrorHandlerPage Hope It's resolve all Your Printer Problem,
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Error message 6000


6000 is a paper jam or jammed sensor.

http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/support/consumer/printers_multifunction/pixma_mp_series/pixma_mp600#ServiceAndSupport
Click service and support, then enter error 6000, then click Error LCD ... 6000..., then click Removing paper jams mp600. Sorry, but they use javascript so I can't give you a more direct link.

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I have problem with my mp600, in the lcd displayed error code u52. how to fix it?


This means The type of print head is incorrect. Install the correct print head." U052

The solution is follow the directions given in the Easy Setup Instructions to install the Print Head.

If the Print Head is already installed, remove the Print Head once and then reinstall it.

If the error is not resolved, the Print Head may be damaged and may need replacing.

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What is error 6000


I the paper is jammed. Purge unit is jammed with something and not being able to move. Moving the print head assembly will not clear a purge unit if its jammed with paper, paper clips, push pins, screws, cookie crisp, flower bud pods or the like.

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U043


The U043 error code indicates that an ink tank is not installed. One or more ink tank icons on the LCD should also be lit up. The lit up icon indicates the applicable ink tank. Verify these tanks are indeed fully seated in the print head and that they are lit up red.

You can also press the OK button to clear this message and continue.

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Mp600


if you remove the transformer block ( the one in witch you insert the power cord... is secured with two plastic restrains ) you may see a small electric drive... engine name it as you wish with two blue wires ..
those two blue wires are the positive power coupeling on it ... if they are removed you get error 6000. The removal of the two blue wires may occur when moving the printer or if you remove the transformer block from the printer. put them back to the electric engine, and you will resolve the canon mp600 6000 error and possible other serie two ( the error is standard for most MP series and even IP). Be shure to unwind the blue wires around the small ring or else the wires will pop off the couppeling when you put the transformer block back. It is a pain in the back to recoupple the blue wires into the elctric drive but it can be donr without opening the whole printer(witch is a huge pain in youre back side).
I reffer to the transformer block as the ac\dc block witch feeds power to the printer. For any problems adress me at alexmi88@yahoo.com

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Canon pixma mp460 code error 6000


Solutions for error 6000 Issue: ERROR LCD: Error code (5xxx through 9xxx) appears on the display

1. Press ON/OFF switch to reset the multifunction device 2. Removing paper jams MP450 / MP460 3. The MP460 may require repair
heres the problems currently with mp460 and at bottom is the link
http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=SupportDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=238&modelid=13369

this is the solutions for the mp460

for the guest
clean out your ink absorber after unplug
reset printer you still have a little credit card sized paper in your printer that you need to remove it

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Canon pixma mp600


If its still under warranty send it back.
Solutions for error code 6800 Issue: Error code 6800 appears on the display (multifunction printers MFP)

1. Contact Canon for 6800 error - MP600 2. The MP600 may require repair

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