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Either the power supply is
not generating a proper 48
Volts or the controller board
is not detecting a 48 Volt
output from the power
1. Make sure the power supply
board is correctly connected to
the controller board.
2. Power on the printer. If the
message appears, do the power
supply operational check (page
195). If the power supply fails the
check, replace it. If it passes the
check, go to the next step.
3. Power on the printer. If the
message appears, replace the
controller board. Record the
message and return it with the
It appears that your MP600 Power supply has died.
My MP600 Power supply died as well. Web searches (including Canon) turned up nothing. Called Canon. To order power supply from Canon, call: 866-481-2569 (credit card over the phone, no on-line interface). $34.49 with tax and delivery.
Note: the power supply has black tabs the you push away from the grey power supply case. One tab in front and one in back. The grey power supply box pulls right out of the printer. The internal connector (six colored wires) pulls straight out (there is no release tab/catch). Use small screwdriver or needle nose plyers to carefully remove. Pull/pry the female white nylon connector. Do not pull on the wires.
Try the connecting power cord on any other device just to make sure that it is working.
Check the wall out let and ensure that it is working.
If the above is OK then check the main switch on the printer. If it not working then you have to get it replaced.
There is no other reason for PRINTER NOT GETTING ANY POWER.
You have no power for printer. first check your power supply is ok or not. then check your power cable and chk your printer power connection post is broken or not. finally you chk your power supply card which is inside in your printer.
I found over 50 people online that had the same problem which appears to be a fatal software problem. One person had a partial fix which invoolved unpluging the cable to the wireless card and leaving it unpluged and using cable to connect printer to the network.
indicated. The connections for the fusing unit, from the power supplies and the printer control board, TRY AND re-seated.CONNECTORS
if you are not handy try and reset machine first by powering off ,and back on WHILE HOLDING DOWN THE Utility Botton untel prompted .with trouble reset message,,,, press ok and turn machine off 10sec back on
hope that helps