Question about Canon Pixma iP6600D InkJet Photo Printer
Canon PIXMA ip6600D appears to be dead except for the ALARM LIGHT which always glows when power connected. OFF/ON power switch, STOP/RESET and none of panel switches seem to work and no response dark screen on the LED screen. Any help appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Canon PIXMA MP145
E27 means waste ink absorbed is full need to clear out but you still can't print because only 80% or 70% are full.try this method to solve you problem.
Resetting Printer Canon MP140, MP160, MP180, MP210, MP220, MP460, MP470, MP500, MP510, MP530, MP600, MP610, MP800, MP820, MP810, MP830, MP960, MP970 procedure:
•Turn off the canon printer
•Hold the Resume Button (red circle in the triangle), add a printer (click “Power”) an indicator light green.
•Hold the Power Button, release the Resume Button.•Not releasing the Power Button, double click “Resume” and release Both Buttons.after that wait the green flash will become light on then.
•Click “Resume” for Four times
•Once you click “Power”, to confirm the selected action (reset counter absorber). To disable the printer “Power” button to click again.
if this ok so u can print or can't. i still suggestion you bring you printer to computer shop for clear out inside spam printer.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
The error indicates that the slide the cartridges run on has debris buildup or a component of the printer is blocking the cartridges ability to slide.
Steps to fix...
1. Unplug printer from power source
2. Slide the cartridges to the middle and inspect the slide for a buildup of "gunk" or pieces of debris. Remove what you see and clean the slide with a lint free rag and isopropyl alcohol
3. Look for any part of the printer that may have become dislodged or moved from vibaration and use and try to put it back in to place.
4. Get some "canned air" at any computer or office supply store and blow the printer out thoroughly.
Plug the printer back in and it should work again.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
This could be a problem with the port. If you have the printer attached to a USB hub, directly connect to the computer. Try connecting to a different USB port and test the current port with a known working device. Consider trying a new USB cable (minor damage could be a factor in signal loss).
I hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you,I did replace the USB cable and all is well."
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
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