Question about Canon PIXMA iP3000 InkJet Photo Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Canon Pixma iP4200
When you plug your printer into the computer, what does the computer say?
Count how many flashes you are getting. Look in your owners manual to see what it says for that number of flashes.
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
things to check.
1. check for any paper that may have jam inside the printer.
2. check for open covers, back, top covers and close them properly.
4. check your power adapter if its giving correct voltage to the printer.
3. Try to move the ink cartridge to the left gently and return back to the right most part.
please let us know if this works.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
SOURCE: would not print,
This is a waste ink code and needs to be reset. follow instructions below.
Canon pixma iP90 released almost at the same time with canon Pixma iP 1880. Canon iP90 is printer with single function. Cartidges which used in canon Pixma iP90 is BCI-15BK, BCI-115C dan BCI-16C. Resetting procedure canon iP90 almost the same as manual reset canon iP1880. You can use combination of button in the printer to reset the printer.
Following step by step resetting canon Pixma iP90 :
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Posted on Nov 24, 2009
IO have one of these printers as my daily workhorse. Thankfully I haven't had the problem you are having.
Did you remove the print-head from the printer and clean it with running warm water?
When I get a possible print-head problem I always do that, rinse it until the water runs clean. Then dry it on kitchen roll making sure that the contact on the back are completely dry before refitting it to the printer. Generally this has cleared any problems (I have several Canon printers - I'm not just referring to the 5200 now).
However If you still get the error it may be worth contacting your nearest Canon service centre. New print-heads are not exactly cheap but these printers are so good it's worth keeping it going. They will probably be able to diagnose the problem quickly and accurately and tell you if it is cost-effective to repair. I don't know what would be involved with the Eprom error. - probably a circuit board change inside the printer.
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
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