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Getting at Canon S900 printhead

I am doing a demo for my high school students. I am taking apart my old Canon S900 to show them the parts. I have the top off the printer to see the printhead assembly move. It is not connected to a computer. I would like to get the assembly to come to the middle so that I can remove the printhead to show the kids. How do I fake the printer into thinking that I am changing cartirdges/printhead without having it hooked up to the driver?

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    blueextc3221 May 11, 2010

    when you power it up... and open the lid - it should automatically center... then unplug it.

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Open the head of the printer then it will open like a mouth then u may change now the cartridge.Open the lock of the carrier where the cartridge been placed.

Posted on May 20, 2009

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