Question about Canon imagePROGRAF Office Equipment & Supplies
New printer, new printhead... printhead kept giving reinstall message then this hardware error came up.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it's a multiple problem....there is no enough ink for the head managment sensor to understand the good function of the print head.
Print a nozzle check to see what is going on
Then come back for more information
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
id u change / replace the cartridge with original spare or refilled it??
this kind of problem often follows with an unbranded cartridge change and or refilling..!!
it also can be the defective cartridge itself causing such problem..!!
well if u r a professional then just dip a cotton into isopropyl alcohol n gently rub the connector sensor/ contact surface, n reinsert it properly, gently rub on the head too n make sure ink is coming/flowing, make sure the toner is not jammed or dried up, also have a glance on the 'carriage' n see that no sensor pins are broken and or bend..!!
..if u r not an professional, make sure it is properly inserted and the ink-spill protective/head covering is removed..
if all the above fails, then it may b a defective or demo cartridge..!!
and call ur system admin....
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
problem in the move of the carriage unit. Check visually if there is any paper inside the machine.
Check and come back later for more information
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
Most of the time the problem can be resolved by reseating the printhead cable which can be accessed by opening the back cover of the printer. If that won't resolve the problem, I recommend to have it serviced. It's a possible defective printhead.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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