Question about Canon imagePROGRAF iPF8000 Printer
I have a Canon IPF8000s. It was working when we bought. But my employee screwed me over and now it doesn't work. I am getting the same error. The screen (Small one where the information is displayed) is saying Multi-Sensor Error, Please turn off printer, wait a while, then turn printer on again. I do this to no avail. It seems to turn on fine. Display would say to close the cave cover and the ink tank cover, so I do this then it would go to the multi sensor error. Please help me, I'm just a kid (18) starting business, and I want to impress my parents. Help! Please!
Posted on Nov 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
unfortionatlly there is a microchip on the back of the cartridge and it is looking for a new one. u will need to replace the cartridge by taking the machine offline then pushing the menu button, scroll down to maintaince, then right arrow to maintenance cartridge replacement then selct yes then ok. then replace the cartridge. sorry, but hope it helps
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
SOURCE: Canon ipf8000 won't cut paper
Check to see if the cutter module has fallen off the print heaqd carriage. A common problem. It is a blue module that snaps into the left side of the carriage. Usually if it has fallen out, it can be found in the far left end of the printer, so you have to stop the printer, lift the lid and stick your hand into the left cave.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
SOURCE: My canon IPF8000 printer has
In my knowledge the error indicates the voltage on the print head is abnormal. It is an hardware related issue.
Possible cases can the print head is faulty or the relays to the PCB may be faulty or the PCB itself.
We have to perform continuity checks between the relays and between relays and PCB. then we can confirm if the relay is faulty or the cables between them . If not print head would have failed and needs to be replaced.
Posted on Jan 18, 2011
SOURCE: I have a Canon IPF8000
This error is caused due to a faulty thermister however; you can check the fuser unit for any jammed paper around the upper fixing roller and try to clean that area. After this is done try to clear the error by entering the service mode, to enter press Additional functions, #. Then go to #7 Printer and press OK, then go to #4 printer reset and press OK, yes= *. If the issue returns then replace the thermister. Hope this helps...please post back for further assistance.
Posted on Jul 28, 2011
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