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I also have no power on my Pixma 780, have check cords etc. How can I get the ink cartridges to move to the center to be removed with no power? Where is the print head and how is it removed?

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The print head is where you put you inks, after removing inks you lift the gray handle and lift out the printhead. If you can't get the head out of the corner you will need to remove the right cover and unplug the gray cables from the circuit board. There are 3 to unplug,flat ribbons, toward the front or center of the circuit board.

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2. Unplug the electrical cord from the printer and wait 30 seconds.
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