Question about Canon MultiPASS C555 InkJet Printer
Possibly what has happened is that one cartridge has popped out and is hitting the underside of the parking area.
In order to avoide damege to the tracking mechanism. make sure the power is disconnected, open the lid as if you are going to replace a cartridge, then with something strong and thin - a 6inch steel rule is probably the best - slide it into the parking area on top of the ink carriage. As you slide it in you may feel the loose cartrige. With a bit of jiggery-pokery (and some luck) you should be able to get the rule above the offending cartridge so that you can press it back down into place - you should hear it click.
Withdraw the ruler and reconnect the power and see what happens.
I've only seen this happen where 'compatible' cartridges have been used - it rarely happens with genuine carts (I think I've only seen it once or twice).
Let us know how you get on.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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