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Canon bj 4000

Hi when switched on the printer makes 5 fast beeps and does nothing else nothing moves nothing works its not out of ink and all cables are connected,

please help

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1: Unplug Power Cord
2: Hold POWER and FF and Print Mode buttons
3: Plug in Power Cord
4: Release after the beeps

Posted on Feb 13, 2010

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