Canon bjc 3000click on print,the paper is moved down as a first stage. Printer sounds as if printing, but no further movement from paper, after that first movement into printer. Any suggestions please?
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Re: paper feed fault
If the print head is moving back and forth as if it is printing something, it sounds like the rollers that feed the paper through the printer might be worn. If this is the case, you will have to bring the printer to an authorized Canon repair shop. There are usually a few of these shops in most cities.
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Nope. You can use Cyan, Magenta and Yellow as well as Black.
Specifications (BJC 620):
Form Factor: Desktop
Connectivity Technology: Cable
Language Simulation: EPSON LQ • IBM Proprinter X24E
Media Type: Coated Paper • Envelopes • Glossy Paper
• Labels • Photo Paper • Plain Paper • Transparencies
Max Media Size: A4 (210 x 297 mm) • Legal (216 x
356 mm, 8.5 x 14")
Total Media Capacity: 100 Sheets
Media Path Type: Straight
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 3.x
Product ID: 20152942
Exterior Color: White
ProductDescription for Canon BJC 620
(From the Manufacturer, Canon)
Simply a piece of printing marvel, with high definition printing,
superior ink technology, innovative waste-free ink system and
user-friendly Windows printing system. The BJC-620, simply a must buy
for those who seriously considers printing in superior, high quality
color. It comes with an Internet kit.
I had the same problem & it was suggested to adjust the rollers. I took the cover off & played with them & they fell down from a "stuck" positiion. I then left the cover off, taped down the device that moves the cartridges to the center (black movable tab) and hand fed a sheet to see if it was printing OK. It worked so I put it back together. I noticed that the feeding chute extension (goes up) which I had never used before & put it fully up. After printing with a stack of papers and then just a few it now works well with a glossy 8x10 perfectly. I think the change in angle of the paper you get when the paper doesn't bend due to the extension it the key.
Purchase a PCMCIA parallel port adapter. the USB to parallel adapters are a pain to set up and are flakey at best. The PC card adapter provides a native parallel port to laptops without one, and works perfectly in ALL cases, even with the scanner cartridge.
I had this problem too. It turned out there was old dry ink in there clogging up the printerhead and it was fixed after I ran the cleaning programme several times. However I can't for the lifeof me remember how to do that now. I know I found it online but it has since vanished. Maybe check your manual?