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You goto go to the tabes when you go to print, try the setup in it is in there.
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I have put a PDF files on my website for you to download. Just click on the links it will download for you. It got all you need to know in this file. You can read it on site and print it strait off the website or save it to your PC then print it out. Click LINK= http://www.4all2sell.com/pdf/Canon-iP3000-iP4000-Manual.pdf You will need a adobe reader to see this file If you not got an Pdf reader you can download it off this link free. http://www.adobe.com/products/reader/ Please come back and just gave a vote, it will gave me some satisfaction to know am helping some one so I will keep on helping.
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Hi, the Ip3000 has 3 different feeding trays... make sure that the printer is trying to "grab" the paper in the tray that you have chosen to use in the printer properties box... when you give the print command can you see the rubber roller moving to grab the paper in the top feeder tray??? if the roller that feeds the printer is not moving you may have accidentally changed the settings to grab paper from the bottom tray...the one right under the door that opens to let printed pages out of the printer... the 3rd feeder tray is the DVD/CD printing tray... I suggest that you look at the printer Properties for remedial action... hope this helps you with your problem... cheers haitchhcee p.s. suggest you place paper in the bottom tray before making adjustments to see if it is trying to grab the paper from there...
I had this very same ongoing problem with my iP3000 and recently with my iX4000 but I refused to believe it was the printheads as the iP3000 would print cd/dvd discs without a problem. Colour on paper was always there even though I used Calidad tanks.
My solution, or more aptly, my workaround was to change the paper setting from Plain paper to Glossy paper but still using plain paper and low and behold, after nine months of test pages with only the Windows logo it stated printing black text again albeit slowly now. Same deal for the iX4000, it started printing black text on plain paper as well after 4 weeks when the problem first occurred
I also did all the maintenance rigmarole over and over etc...with no results. My printers are hooked up to two PC's, Vista and XP so maybe I eventually scrambled the printers barins or something, anyway I'm printing again.
I had this problem yesterday with my iP3000, but it turned out to be my own fault. I had randomly pushed the control panel buttons, as I tend to do that with printers, while I was trying to quickly cancel a print job.
roller wouldn't advance, a lot of noise like it was trying to advance,
then two yellow light error flashes. I knew it wasn't out of paper.
By randomly pushing buttons, I clicked the Paper Feed Switch which toggled from top sheet feeder to cassette.
I downloaded the e-user's guide from Canon and learned what those control buttons are. I simply clicked the Paper Feed Switch and it toggled back to top sheet feeder. That fixed it for me.