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Printer is in use or
I had the same problem and fixed it by unplugging the cable that connects the power to the printer while it was running. I then plugged the cable to the printer in and it worked. I previously reinstalled the driver, but it didn't fixed the problem.
Error message code 2,140,0
I had a similar problem (error Code:2,140,2) in Canon PIXMA MP250 all-in-one, and it was solved when I replaced both ink cartridges which were in low ink (almost without ink).
I know an scanner problem is not supposed to be in relation with ink or printer problems, but that's the way I've fixed it.
My canon mp240 has the E3 error and it will not go
The E3 eeror is a paper jam error.
First, Unplug the printer from the power cord. Disconnect the printer cable as well.
2nd, open the covers and using a flashlight, look for any small debris inside the printer. The smallest piece can trip the error. Remove anything you find.
Next, get some "canned air" at any computer or office supply store and blow the inside of the printer thoroughly. You may even turn it upside down so debris can fall out.
Plug it back in to the wall socket and connect to your PC again and give it a try. That should resolve the issue.
Canon MP240 printer LCD alternates between P and 2.
Not sure about your machine but my Cannon would not work when my colour ink was low. The store I bought it says the manufacturer does this to sell coloured ink as well as black. The setting might say for black ink but there is a certain amount of colour goes in as well. I hardly ever used colour as I do business letters so I purchased a black ink jet which uses a black powder and I get 3000 pages for about 75 dollars worth of black jet powder.
My printer is saying that there is a paper jam but
there a small plastic sensors on paper path, normaly you have some sensor stucked.
you can check all paper path inside printer, there is a paper door nearby power input. open-it and locate the sensors small plastic finger check for free mooving operation.
normaly is one of three sensors (one for no-paper, 2nd for middle of paper path and one for paper position nearby print-head, test path with a paper, for free path.
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