Question about Canon iPF700 InkJet Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Service Mode - With power off, hold paper feed (paper select) button and info button while powering on, release after initializing screen.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
Go to menu-maintenace-replace print head check yes then OK.
Be sure to have enough space at the maintenace cartridge (more than 60%).
You can check the maintenace cartridge capacity from the Information button in the panel of the machine.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
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You'll need a factory service manual, and a lot of patience. This link provides (it states...I cannot vouch for it) downloads of the IPF700 service manual and parts catalog for what seem to be reasonable prices.
Getting the part from Canon could be an issue, as they (along with HP, Epson and the others) don't like owners doing their own work and try to steer you to a service center.
That said...I was involved in the large-format repro business for a number of years (we used Epson 9600 and 4000 machines, later went to HP) and had the heads wear out on the 9600 at one point. We considered doing our own replacement after getting the quote from the service center...but then realized that the machine had a lot of hours/prints on it, and even with new printheads the motors and drive mechanism were also quite worn. That's when we upgraded to a larger HP machine.
Hope that's helpful.
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
normally you don't have to wait for drying.
Most of the printings materials are instant dry except some special papers that the driver handles the drying time.
Be sure that the papers you are using are suitable for this kind of printer.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
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