Question about Canon PIXMA iP1800 InkJet Photo Printer
If a paper jammed inside the printer before experienced this error there might still be a small piece of paper that remains inside the printer, turn the printer off, open the Front Cover, and remove it. Be careful not to touch the components inside the printer. After removing all paper, close the Front Cover and turn it back on. If you're sure that there is not even a smallest paper in the machine and you're getting this error, this might just be a glitch that can be fixed by a power reset. While the printer is ON unplug the power cable from either the back of the printer or the power outlet, leave it 20 to 30 seconds then plug it back. If the message still shows then that might already be a hardware issue. You can contact a Canon representative for additional troubleshooting. Technical support reps have special codes to reset their products to factory default should there be "glitch" issues like this. Once all the troubleshooting steps have been exhausted, that's when we can conclude it is a hardware issue that needs repair.
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