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Error message inner cover is open canon pixma mp610 printer

Ok, so here I am in the installation process when after about 2 minutes into the alignment process I get the message above. So I did indeed open and close both covers--started all over again, got the same message. Next, I turned the machine off and began again--got the same error message. Next I turned it off and uplugged it, began again, got the same message. The cover fits just fine, there's no obstacles--what gives--I sure hope I don't have a lemon... I have the same problem with the inner cover open message.......what gives??

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  • py72 Jan 03, 2009

    I have the same problem – after changing four empty cartridges I suddenly got this error message. Nothing seems to help (not even a firm fist on the cover like we used to do with televisions back in the 1980s).

  • Anonymous Jan 19, 2009

    I have the same problem.

  • Anonymous Feb 08, 2009

    Inner cover is open ......but it is closed

  • BRIGFRITZ Feb 16, 2009

    I've tried opening and closing both covers numerous times but am not getting a different result...keep getting the same error message

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2009

    Ncos .... THANK YOU. Googled the error and found your solution.

  • Anonymous Apr 28, 2009

    good work ncos !!

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Had the same problem myself but discovered that I had previously moved the inside flap down when I put the ink in. I moved this back into position and bingo! (If you make sure all the covers are closed then look into the printer where the paper exits you will see the flap that moves up and down, this must be in the up position)

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  2. 2 Open the paper output tray. Flip the paper output tray extension out. Load a sheet of letter-sized plain paper in the rear tray. Slide the paper guide to the right until it is snug against the left side of the paper.
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1) remove the cartridge and check it is not leaking. If it is, the printhead area on cart will be flooded with ink. Removing couple of ml from cart will stop it leaking.
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Carryout a Manual Print Head Alignment If Possible.

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