When I went to print a couple papers the printer took all the papers that were in there and jammed. I took the papers out and now it just keeps blinking and won't do anything. Is there a reset button or something, if so where and how do I reset it?
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Double check all doors/ rollers for small pieces of paper stuck in the rollers. Sometimes just opening the door in question and closing will reset the paper jam sensors. Paper jams can be smaller than your pinky finger nail. So double check,
2 times - No paper (ASF)  * No paper in the cassette 
3 times - Paper jam  * Paper jam in the rear guide  * Paper jam in the under guide  * Front door closed 
4 times - No ink  * Ink tank not installed 
5 times - The print head is not installed  * Print head temperature sensor  * Faulty EEPROM data of the print head 
6 times - Inner cover open  * Inner cover open (while printing)  * Inner cover open (printing continuous) ; (printing not continuous) 
7 times - Multiple ink tanks of the same color installed  * Ink tank in wrong position 
8 times - Warning: The waste ink absorber becomes almost full 
9 times - The digital/video camera does not support Camera Direct Printing 
10 times - Automatic duplex printing cannot be performed (paper size not supported) 
11 times - Failed in automatic print head alignment 
13 times - The remaining ink amount unknown 
14 times - Ink tank not recognized 
15 times - Ink tank not recognized [1410 to 1419] * No Blinking Access cover open 
16 times - Valve sensor [6C00]
ORANGE / GREEN FLASHES
2 times - Carriage  3 times - Line feed  4 times - Purge cam sensor [5C00] 5 times - ASF (cam) sensor  6 times - Internal temperature  7 times - Waste ink absorber full [5B00] 8 times - Print head temperature rise  9 times - EEPROM  11 times - Carriage lift mechanism  12 times - AP position [6A00] 13 times - Paper feed position [6B00] 14 times - Paper feed cam sensor [6B10] 15 times - USB Host VBUS overcurrent  17 times - Motor driver [6D00] 18 times - NIC Board  19 times - Ink tank position sensor  20 times - Other hardware  * Alt. Blinking ROM * Light in Orange RAM
SERVICE MODE This printer has a service mode for service-related settings and for performing test prints. The operator panel buttons are used to enter the desired service mode.
Service Mode Operations 1. With the printer powered off, hold down the Resume/Cancel button and press the Power button. 2. While holding down the Power button, release the Resume/Cancel button and press the Resume/Cancel button twice in succession. Now release the Power and Resume/Cancel buttons. 3. Select one of the following service mode functions by pressing the Resume/Cancel button the specified number of times.
Count Indicator Functions • 0 times Green Print head not installed, carriage returns and locks in home position • 1 time Orange Service test print • 2 times Green EEPROM information print • 3 times Orange EEPROM initialization • 4 times Green Waste ink counter setting • 5 times Orange Destination setting • 6 times Green Print head deep cleaning • 7 times Orange LF correction • 14 times Green Left margin correction
Execute the selected function (except for model setting) by pressing the Power button. The printer will switch itself off after performing the function.
Canon i850, i950, S600 Start with the printer OFF 1. Hold down RESUME and then hold down POWER 2. release RESUME 3. press RESUME twice, then release POWER 4. Let green light blink until printer is done futzing Select function with RESUME press POWER to execute: presses - light color - function Number of presses - light color - function 0presses - green - Test print (or exit service mode on i960) 1 press - orange - EEPROM info print (plus grid nozzle diagnostic on i960) 2presses - green - EEPROM initialize 3presses - orange - Reset waste ink counter
If I could be of furtheme know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
I have the Canon Pixma iP4000R printer. I had an error code of 6A00 and my power light was blinking/flashing green-orange-green-orange-green-orange-green-orange-green-orange-green-orange-green-orange-green-orange-green-orange-green-orange-green-orange-green-orange (12 oranges).
I tried the “waste ink counter reset reset” procedure: Power on while holding the stop/reset button and pushing the service button twice, then pushing the stop/rest button 4 times to clear the error, but that didn’t work.
My ink cartridge carrier wasn't moving-staying in the center. I thought I had a paper jam.
I looked at a few blogs about my error on other Canon Pixma models and they kept talking about “sponges”.
The following is what I discovered that cleared my error and now my printer is back to printing!
The “sponges” are 2 hard pieces of absorbing plastic or something of the like. I was looking for a softer material like the long thin gray foam strip material in my printer. The 2 "sponges" on my Pixma iP4000R were next to each other-one was rectangular and one was square-like. Originally they were white but the ink made them black/navy.
The "sponges" are located on the right under where the ink cartridge carrier "rests".
I didn't see the sponges at first, as there was a white backwards “L” shaped plastic piece that had a spring attached to it(purge unit).The “L” shapedpiece was moved forward out of its place. I used my pen tip and pushed that piece back and found that the rectangular "sponge" had popped out of its place.
I used a pen tip popped both “sponges” out and rinsed them with water and voila they were once again white. I think the rectangular one had so much ink on it it popped itself out of place.