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Canon BJ 30 Printer

This printer shows no error messages and it makes sll the right sounds. The cartridge is new. The paper feeds OK. Just one problem No print comes out. I did cleaning.I did #2 font print. Nothing prints.Can you help?

 

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First of all, Back up your configuration by printing it.
[Menu] --> [Reports/Lists] --> [User Data List]

then go back to main menu

[Menu] --> [#] , it will display #SSSW
Use the [+] [-] buttons till you see [#CLEAR]
Press [OK]

That resets all the configs and status flags.
With the initial step in hand, you are ready to setup you device and we all live happily ever after.

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