Question about Canon I900D InkJet Photo Printer
Check out the "owner's manual" at this site:
It'll show you how to go about the removal of the "platen". Let me know if you have any questions.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
Everything is held together by screws, (basic screws) Basically start opening all of the panels on the top and removing them. The doors will pop out at the sides and you should start seeing some screws. Just make sure you take pictures and put everything in order on a table that you take apart. After taking apart enough components, you will have access to the rollers. There will be screws on the back possibly also. Usually with all inkjet printers, you won't find screws on the bottom with the common brands. If you get stuck, let me know and I will have you post some pictures of where you are stuck. good luck
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Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This printer has capability to print on labels. Here are some tips when printing on labels:
· Use labels designed specifically for laser printers. Check with the manufacturer or vendor to verify that the labels can withstand temperatures up to 210°C (410°F) without sealing, excessive curling, wrinkling, or releasing hazardous emissions.
· Labels can be printed at a higher fusing temperature up to 220°C (428°F) if Label Weight is set to Heavy.
· Select this setting using the Embedded Web Server, or from the printer control panel Paper menu. Label adhesives, face sheet (printable stock), and topcoats can withstand up to 25-psi (172-kPa) pressure without delaminating, oozing around the edges, or releasing hazardous fumes.
· Do not use labels with slick backing material.
· Use full label sheets. Partial sheets may cause labels to peel off during printing, resulting in a jam. Partial sheets also contaminate the printer and the cartridge with adhesive, and could void the printer and cartridge warranties.
· Do not use labels with exposed adhesive.
· Do not print within 1 mm (0.04 in.) of the edge of the label, of the perforations, or between die-cuts of the label.
· Be sure adhesive backing does not reach to the sheet edge. Zone coating of the adhesive at least 1 mm (0.04 in.) away from edges is recommended. Adhesive material contaminates the printer and could void the warranty.
· If zone coating of the adhesive is not possible, remove a 2-mm (0.06-in.) strip on the leading and driver edge, and use a non-oozing adhesive.
· Portrait orientation works best, especially when printing bar codes.
· Use only paper label sheets. Vinyl, pharmacy, and dual-sided labels are not supported.
For further assistance, please contact Lexmark Technical Support.
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