Question about Canon PIXMA MP780 All-In-One InkJet Printer
BEWARE... THIS PRODUCT IS DESIGNED TO DESTROY ITSELF: If you leave the ink tank cover latch* open for 10 minutes, the open print head carriage will shoot to the side and smash against the chassis, stripping the gears on the print head drive mechanism. Canon refuses to acknowledge or address this problem. Attention lawyers: this is a good case for a class action/product-recall lawsuit. * Reference "Easy Setup Instructions" Paragraph 5, Section 2 (Image 2 of 3)
I have the same problem when i fill my tanks, that after 10 minutes the printerhead carrige moves to the right and get stock. So Jimpom you maybe learn someting every day? dont you think. Regards Uffe
Posted on Sep 09, 2007
Can anyone coroborate this? Anyone else run into this problem? Doctor Who - what does the reference refer to? SG
Posted on Jun 25, 2006
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