Question about Canon Selphy CP510 Thermal Photo Printer
Printer made one run and after the first print, it jammed on the second print. I switched off, then on and it somehow spat the paper out at the back end. Then I tried to print again after checking the papers to make sure its not stuck to each other. After this, I get an error that there is no ink, though it was brand new and just consumed one print. I took a second and third cartridge and it gave me the same error.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is sort of scenario is usually caused by dust inside the printer. Dust has a way of preventing the sensors from detecting paper. Also it prevents the rollers from having a firm grip on the paper while picking paper. I will suggest you get a long handle brush and try to reach as far inside the printer as possible and brush (from the back and front). If you have a blower you may also use it to blow well into the interior of the printer (If you do not have a blower the brushing will still do if you do it well.) This, if properly done should do it. Brush especially the rollers etc.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
Testimonial: "That was exactly the information I needed. It still needs a little push on the paper once in a while, but I'm back to printing. THX"
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