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  • tradesman354 Feb 04, 2008

    It ia a canon pixma ip1800 inkjet printer . I need a repair manual downloaded to my addy.

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I need more information before I can help you. What kind of printer is it? Who is the Mfg. and model number? Pls reply with all the information so I can help you. The information you provided is insufficient to answer your question. Also Pls wait to rate my answer untill I have all the information needed to help you?

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Printer instructions for replacing ink cartridges for Pixma MP 500


Here is the link for your manual. Just scroll down to section with guides and pick the one for your operating system ( just in case you need it for something else at a later time )
http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=DownloadDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=334&modelid=11995
If this helped please rate a big 4 fix ya. If you need more help with this just post a comment and I'll be glad to come back and help you out.

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I own a HP psc 1350 All-In-One that has given me no problems in the years that I have owned it. However, the other day my toddler reached in and pulled out a thin plastic band (Approx. 14" long and...


hi
it is i think data cable replace it.
very simpleto fix it.
connect its copper end to printer circuit and cartridge tray
then done it.
best of luck

Mar 26, 2008 | Barebone Systems

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I have just been bought a Canon MP600 printer. I thought I follwed al of the instructions correctly. It is installed on my Computer and I have put in the ink artridges but there is still a message on the...


Ink cartridges and print heads are 2 different things.

A print head is the part on the printer that the ink snaps into. On most canon printers this part is removable.

What I would do is take the ink out and then that piece that they snap into that moves across the page, look and see if that piece removes. (normally they have a release button or lever) If it does just take it out and put it back in as sometimes the computer chips don't make a good contact and the printer just doesn't know it's there. Make sure there isn't any little piece of plastic covering the chips. They like to ship them that way.

Try that and if it doesn't help I would pack up the printer and go exchange it seeing as you just purchased it. 90% of the time just taking the print head out and putting it back in will fix your problem for you. The other 10% of the time you just have a defective head.

Hope this helps, let me know

Mar 21, 2008 | Barebone Systems

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Brand new PIXMA MP520 just connected up. Having just installed the print head and the ink cartridges, now getting message when turn on the printer. >>> 6A80 Printer error has occurred. Turn...


Hi there,

I opened the printer, and pushed gently on the lever that holds/releases the print head, and this seemed to release whatever was stuck. After this the print head moved freely on turning on the printer/copier.

Mar 05, 2008 | Barebone Systems

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Hi I have a Lexmark X63 and it says add left cartridge and will not print. I have however already done that. The computer says the printer is busy.


Try reinstalling the printer drivers and software, sometimes the printer does not communicate with your PC properly.

Feb 14, 2008 | Barebone Systems

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Hi i've got a hp 5500,most mornings when i switch the machine on there is a recover print head mesage . can you tell me why this is happening and how i can resolve the problem. thank you gem


Ok well i'm a little confused on this one also, i presume you are referring to a HP printer and the message is displayed.

Try this and let us know if it makes sense to you.

There's a section in your Users Guide about this message.
It will appear on your printer when one or more print head(s) are not performing optimally, so it needs to make extra passes to maintain print quality. You can eliminate the message by:

1. Selecting a higher print quality
2.Cleaning print heads (also see RECOVER print heads)
3.Use the Image Diagnostic Print to identify which print head is causing the problem

Jan 23, 2008 | Barebone Systems

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When the printer runs out of ink, the head moves accross as normal to let me change the ink, but while I am trying to change the ink cartridge, the head starts moving spontaneouly and jams with the ink...


Printers can do strange things, they are none the less mechanical in some respects. Whilst in operational mode, they can start up and resume a print job that has been spooling for hours ( usually due to network issues or overloads ) but getting back to your problem, i would suggest turning the unit off when the head is in the correct spot and insert the cartridge.


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I have one theory is that most manufacturers are re-using older software drivers and updating where needed, and aren't getting away from the step by step type program enough. If a printer misses a step for whatever reason, it will continue to behave strangely until the unit has been put back in sync. Please someone tell me why is this so ? and if i am wrong, why does my printer fire up in the middle of the night, spit out 10 blank pages for no apparent reason ?

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ok" take cartriges out of printer , water on clean cloth make it damp, wipe ink heads, take a pencile with eraser , use eraser on printed circuite on the back of cartidges to clean contacts, use eraser back and forth, wipe with cloth , put it back in the printer . may have to run printer tools to clean cartridges also

Jan 21, 2008 | Barebone Systems

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