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Canon ipf8000s can not cat the paper also gives hardware error 03800500-2f2f

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Check your cutting wheel is in properly, have had a similar problem on a IPF8100, sometimes the wheel/cartridge just pops out

Posted on May 08, 2009

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    carlos Oct 21, 2013

    me sale llenado de tinta como hago para q no salga eso es el ploter 810 canon ayudemeeeeeeeeeeeee por favor

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Canon iPF8000s Hardware Error 03800500-2F2F and Inconsistent Cyan Color


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hi

2F26 is a carriage error,you can solve your problem if you update your firmware version to 1.35
if your printer firmware is 1.32 and below. try this link http://software.canon-europe.com/software/0027485.asp?model= follow the instruction included


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