Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Large-Format printer had been working great for a year or so. One day it would not power on. That week we had a power outage from Cal Edison - not sure if it that affected the printer. Are there any hidden fuses or thing to check for? Thanks Tom
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
No, there is no reset button.
disconnect the pirnter from the computer and the power cord. press and hold the power button for 30sec. connect the power cord, and connect it back to the computer.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
SOURCE: Devise won't work at all
I had the same problem but found the solution. Follow exactly: (1)With the power on unplug the printer (2)Open up the printer pull the ink carrier to the middle.Then raise the gray bar from the cartridges and remove the printer head (3) Lower the gray bar, with the head out, and close the printer (4) Restore the power, wait til the printer wakes up (5) The printer should then tell you to put in the cartridges (6) Restore the print head and everything should be fine.
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
Have you checked the fuse[s]? You don't mention your location so I cannot comment of what protection devices that may be involved. UK has fused 13amp wall plugs for example.
Posted on Aug 21, 2007
most easiest fix for this.. make sure in the properties of that printer.. under the PORT tab. make sure its set to usb not LPT. this is very common error.
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
Is it possible that the cord came unplugged from the transformer itself instead of the printer or wall plug?
A power outage shouldn't affect it, but a power surge can. Please use surge protection circuits on your computer equipment. It's so much cheaper than repairing or replacing them.
Take it from someone who learned the hard way....
You can try a printer reset. Turn the printer off, unplug the power and data cables from the machine. Wait at least ten minutes to allow the printer cache to be purged.(Canon's recommendation)
Then plug back in and turn on.
I hope this works for you! Good luck!
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
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