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I need a service manual for the canon ip3000 or how to open it up and get inside a it don't work. have checked power supply. a good 9volts. but printer has no life in it.

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  • bgraeme Feb 28, 2009

    of course i have reader but problem is finding a service manual . no prob to read once i have found it . i think it maybe in power supply but need to know what voltages to test for and where.

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Here is a link to disassembly of iP4000 which is similar to iP3000


http://www.druckerchannel.de/artikel.php?ID=1831&seite=6&t=step_1_removing_the_printers_sides

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Here is a link to a 43 page service manual. Unfortunately, doesn't have disassembly instructions!
(File is in a '.rar' archive. I used 7Zip to open it.)

http://printer1.blogspot.com/2008/01/canon-pixma-ip3000-service-manual.html

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Do you have the latest version of Adobe Reader....if not get it. Then lookup manual for your product and get that too...Goodluck

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

  • leprof969 Feb 28, 2009

    These printers when they go...they foftunatly really go......fus inside is usually an electronic component....They are unfixable

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