Question about Canon MultiPASS MP370 All-In-One InkJet Printer
I added my post today with the same problem, and thought I'd share what I since learned. Apparently this "Alarm light/U150" is common with several Canon models. The U150 indicates a faulty electronic chip (on the ink cartridge). Though I tried cleaning the sensor with isopropyl alcohol, and also tried removing all the cartridges, unplugging the printer for 45 seconds, then reconnecting,etc. as I had read might help, I still had the same frustrating problem. Contacting Canon was the solution that worked for me. First I emailed, but decided I didn't want to wait for their response. A call to Canon Tech Support (1-800-385-2155) was quick and painless. They will more than likely send you a new cartridge, but you'll need to have your serial # & date of purchase handy.
Posted on Dec 11, 2007
Are the cartridges re-manufactored or original canon cartridge?
Most cartridges have chips or fuses that burn out when the cartridge has been used. Then when you get it re-filled the cartridge is already rendered useless.
If the cartridges are orignal canon then you may have another issue perhaps with the printer head, in a last resort you should try to clean this will alochol and a cotton bud "lightly"
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
I found that everytime my mf8170 would print only half the page it was because I was printing on the wrong size paper... try checking your properties and making sure that you are printing on the same size paper as what is in the tray you are pulling from.
Posted on Apr 22, 2008
SOURCE: I was printing envelopes and
Can you post me the brand and model of your printer with a comment? if you look below the accept button you should have a link that says post a comment.
Thanks and I'll look into it.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
I don't know if you have the same problem as me but my printer kept saying cartridge jammed so I opened it up and moved the cartride head gently to the left and got a flash light there is a little peice of metal on the base where the cartridges sit you have to make sure it is cliked back in and now mine works again.
I hoe this helps
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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