Question about Canon Office Equipment & Supplies
If you have disassembled the printer and after putting it back together again, this error pops up, things migt not be as bad as they seem.
Turn the printer on its side and remove the bottom paper tray. You'll see the gap where the tray normally slides into. On both sides you'll see a spring loaded lever. Check that the springs are fitted properly and the levers move smoothly. The small lever is the one that takes care of the paper detection, but if the big one does not move properly, you'll end up with the error too. In my case, the spring got twisted underneath the big lever and that gave rise to the 6b10 error. HTH.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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