My printer just all of a sudden stopped working. I didn't drop it or anything. Today I realized that it was turned off (and I usually just leave it on) and when I went to turn it on, nothing happened. I pressed the on button and used different outlets and it still wouldn't turn on. I know that there is power going through the cord because the printer is warm on the right side but I just won't turn on. Any ideas
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You would have to cancel the current print job from your computer for it to stop. Assuming you have access to a computer that is connected to that printer, you will have to find that printer by going to Control Panel > Printers and Faxes > Oki ML 320 then right click, select "See What's Printing" and cancel Current print job (I am also assuming you are using windows). I really hope this helps, if not add a comment clarifying your question, thanks.
I have pixma ip3600 canon printer, been used 8months working fine, but today, when I turn on just wait for little whileand the amber light turn on, and when I open thetop cover the printer head won't move at all, please show me how to fix the problem. thanks. Email ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
GGONG644, Try this fix. TURN OFF PRINTER wait ( 10 or 15 seconds) turn it back ON and listen for
paper ROLLERS to be turning and FORCE FEED A single sheet of paper through print rollers until it PULLS it through the printer and SEE if a scrap of paper comes out with sheet ? Let me know if this works ? Phil at email@example.com
If the Power light is not illuminated, first check the power cable to ensure all connections are correct. Next, turn off the printer, then turn it on again. If the Power light does not become illuminated, the printer needs to be serviced. I believe if this doesn't work you have a bad power supply.