It's me again, the one with the Canon MP810: the error popped up the moment we put the plug in the socket, without even connecting it to the computer - this was the order of the steps of the Quick Install recommended by Canon. Any recommendation from your side? Thanks for helping - Happy 2009!
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Re: MP810 error 6B00
Could have a corrupt driver. Disconnect
the printer or at least be sure it is turned off. I'd do
both and when the CD software program asks you to connect the printer
to the USB port, do so and it should again work properly.
Hope this helps. Bud
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You probably have something stuck in the paper feed or under the print head.
First try moving the print head left and right with the printer off. If that doesn't work then,
Try looking for jam in the paper feed and specifically under the rollers. A small piece of paper or other debris, like fallen paper clip, staple. postage stamp are things I have seen stuck in printers that cause jams and error codes.
If these solutions don't work, post comment here.
I had the same problem. Everything was working fine one day, but when I tried to switch it on the next day, nothing! The status light came on green briefly but then turned off. I thought the power module might be blown so I ordered a new one, that changed nothing, my printer was still completely dead, showing no sign of working at all. I dismantled it to inspect every component for signs of failure, everything looked like new. Having read that the print heads can fail (dry out then blow) on canon printers, I tried starting the printer without the printhead and hey presto, it turned on and went through it's startup cycle. After making whirring sounds for a while a message popped up telling me that there was no printhead installed. As soon as I reinserted the printhead the printer turned off and wouldn't turn on again, even if I removed the printhead again (and unplugged/waited etc). I had to unplug and then re-plug a connector on the printer's motherboard to get back to the stage when the printer would turn on (without the printhead). I have inspected the printhead with high powered magnification and found nothing unusual - a new printhead is about $100! My final conclusion is that there is nothing actually "wrong" with the printer but rather that it is a case of programmed obsolescence. My printer is about 5 years old (like new) and in the service manual that is the prescribed lifetime for the printer, so it's designed to simple stop working after that time. PS. I did do the ink well reset procedure, didn't help.
The printer not recognize the print head at the moment.Open the cover and first remove the ink cartridges.Then open the holder and remove the print head.Clean the contacts using cotton and some alcohol.Then put all back and try again.If this not help you need to replace the print head.It's part number is QY6-0070
It means the carriage is not lifting and and the paper feed can not run. Sounds like either a paper jam inside or something fell in that doesn't belong. A flashlight and small mirror will help you look inside.
Try the following : GO through the control panel and delete the printer completely. No try to install a new printer using the windows install.
When it asked if you have the disk let uit find the install disk and install it . If this doesn;t now work. go back to the support website
and/ or the litature you have that came with the printer and see/ confirm that the windows version you are suing is the same as the one that yo have the install disk for. If not dowenload the correct driver from Canons web site.lf all that fails,since it is new, return ikt for another.
have had a MP810 about 3 months. Recently I've been getting a U150
error message. My C tank is not lighting up and being recognised. When
I open up and replace the tank the light comes on. Initially this
allowed me to carry on printing but now I have a constant error message
even after replacing the tank. Is there a permanent solution to this annoying problem? I would be grateful for any assistance.