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Canon S9000 - Suddenly Not Working

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I was just printing photos minutes ago with my Canon S9000 using a program called Microsoft Picture It.

Now the printer powers up but then shuts off automatically after the "power up sequence" and I get the error message that the printer is "not responding". I have unplugged from the wall and unplugged form the USB and I've restarted my computer.

Can anyone advise what the problem is? Thanks.

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  • mr penguin Jan 10, 2008

    Mine did exactly the same and now wont power up at all. It's 37.50 to diagnose and 15 to ship it. I can smell a control board problem. (Which I'm sure is the same price as a new printer) This printer wastes ink and time. Think I'll buy something other than a Canon.

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