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Re: cuts a strip of paper every time it is turned on
1st solution: if your paper is plain then you can say to printer that is coated, but with this solution you'll spend more ink.
2nd solution: go to paper detail menu and find the trim edge (if i remember well) and change it to off or no.
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Before printing try using print preview first and adjust yur settings from there. Or go into control panel select printers and reset to default settings, restart your computer and try again. Good luck.
This error on the Canon iPF-605 wide format printer means that there is a problem with the paper cutting knife. The knife (black block) should be at the left front side in it's rest position.
Powered the printer down and moved the knife block from right to left, powered on and voila: problem solved ! Thanks Canon support!
Fault: Double line & paper is not cutting. >Check encoder strip, any damage or dirty? >Clean encoder strip, replace it.. Reason why its not cutting?: Carriage moves to left side to lock & bring the cutter to cut the paper, but if its not reaching proper calculated destination due to dirty or damaged encoder, it wont lock the cutter to bring it out result paper wont cut even cutter in on condition..
hi this might be down to a warn or loose roller on the pick up bar, if you look into it where the paper feeds, get a ruler or something long enough to reach the side that is not being pulled in and just try spinning the roller, if you cant, it more than likely has warn, if you can it has come loose from the bar, if it is loose, you may be able to with great care, drop a couple of drops of super glue to either side of the roller some sort of fixing glue ( must be strong ) if it is just warn and not picking the paper up, you can try ( its difficult to do but has been done) source a piece of thin rubber ( bicycle inner tube is ideal) cut some strips or a single strip roughly the width of the roller ( the next bit is difficult) try to roughly gauge the circumference of the roller cut the strip off to size required then dab some glue on one side then connect one end on the old roller, then run the printer so it turns the roller ( no paper in) so you can attach the rest of the strip of rubber to it, and then test...hope this helps
it's a multiple problem....there is no enough ink for the head managment sensor to understand the good function of the print head.
Print a nozzle check to see what is going on
Then come back for more information
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.