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How to dismantle the canon i560 cover

Can someone please tell me how do I dismantle the Canon i560 cover. The ink cartridges are jammed to the right side of the printer and I want to see whether something is holding it there. I have tried all the trouble shooting techniques but they have failed. Thanks

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  • Andre0007 Jun 08, 2008

    I have finally solved this problem and corrected the printer fault.

  • Rodders3 Jun 13, 2008

    Yes. I need to dismantle the printer to replace a spring that popped out that maintains the appropriate pressure on the feeder spool

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To open the case, there are 6 slots holding the top cover in place. Insert a flat blade screw driver into the 2 slots at the rear while (gently) pulling the rear end of the cover up. Do the same thing for the 2 side slots, again (gently) pulling(prying) up the cover. Then, remove the 2 side (decorative) covers by (gently) rotating the rear portion down of each downward. They are held in slots by 2 plastic hooks and in front (the wrap-around part) by a tab. Once they're removed, the 2 remaining slots can be reached. Use the screw driver to pop up the front part of the cover. Then the interior of the printer is exposed.

Good luck!

Chas.

Posted on Jun 21, 2008

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