20 Most Recent Canon Pixma iP6600D InkJet Photo Printer Questions & Answers

you mast change printer head model of head type in side of head

Canon Pixma... | Answered on Jul 01, 2019

Try doing a thorough cleaning of all the rollers in paper path making sure that there also no scraps or obstructions in the path.

Canon Pixma... | Answered on Aug 31, 2017

On canon printers the head is separate from the ink cartridges. In the manual there should be something there telling you how to replace the head. It is the assembly that the cartridges plug into.

If it is not in correct position due to being jostled when cartridges were installed you will get this error message. So make sure that it is clipped on properly. Or you could have a sensor problem that may be cured by installing and uninstalling the head a few times.

Canon Pixma... | Answered on Sep 14, 2015

5110 Carriage lift mechanism error

Canon Pixma... | Answered on Apr 23, 2015

6500 Other hardware error often this means
logic board or ac/dc adapter is not working properly or dead

Canon Pixma... | Answered on Apr 23, 2015

ALARM LIGHT which always glows - RAM error (logic board is dead)

Canon Pixma... | Answered on Apr 23, 2015

You should have at the bottom of the print page a error code touch it and it will tell you what that code means and steps to correct it. It's either had a jam or out of ink or paper. If all else fails unplug and restart.

Canon Pixma... | Answered on Feb 11, 2015

The refilled cartridge might be somewhat damaged during the refill process. Need to gety the new one..

Canon Pixma... | Answered on Jan 08, 2015

Check the pulleys on the belt which moves the print carriage.
Put a drop of oil on them. Noise should stop
Also please get the service manual for iP6600D from below link it will save you time and money

Canon iP6600D service manual:


Canon Pixma... | Answered on Nov 27, 2014

Check your default printer It sounds like its set to a virtual printer. You might need to reload some or all drivers for your printer and make it your default printer. (Start menu-Devices and Printers)

Canon Pixma... | Answered on Aug 27, 2014

Waste ink full - power off printer then press and dont release resume button - press and dont release power - release resume and the press it 2 times (dont release power) - release all buttons - whait while printer is ready then press release button 4 times and then press power button whait about 20 seconds then reboot printer

Canon Pixma... | Answered on Aug 02, 2014

These canon printers are basically a throw away item. You can remove the absorber and clean it thoroughly which is a very messy job and the reset may still not work. You can go online and get a third part reset procedures, of which most do not work. I know this sounds so negative but I have tried many of these and Canon will NOT give out the rest codes.

Canon Pixma... | Answered on Aug 02, 2014

Clear any loose paper from the paper tray. This will help you locate the jam. You will find it either in front, near the paper tray, or in the back, by opening the rear door.

Be sure there is no paper or debris hidden anywhere. Open up the rear door and use a flashlight to explore the inside. If you see any paper, have patience in trying to remove it, now gently pull using a side to side motion. If you use a tool for assistance, like a pair of tweezers, or pair of needle nose pliers, put some tape on the jaws of the pliers to help prevent the shredding of the paper.

Another good item to have handy is a can of compressed air. This can be used to blow out any built up dust or fine paper particles that may be embedded inside the printer and the sensors after much use.

Reboot your computer

Try cleaning the paper sensor and rollers

The sensor can be located by opening the front cover where the ink cartridges are. While looking inside just to the right of center manually feed a piece of paper like the printer does automatically. You should see a thin black lever move up and down as you push the paper in and pull it out repeatedly.

This is the paper jam sensor. ANY foreign object in the way of this sensor will cause a three orange light flash indicating a paper jam. Very hard to find without a flashlight. Another good idea would be to blow out the printer using a can of compressed air.

Clean the two Rollers Lightly dampen your lint-free cloth with water or alcohol. Squeeze it out to ensure that it's not too wet. Hold the cloth in one hand and press it lightly against the first roller. With your other hand, gently rotate the roller until you have cleaned it all the way around. Be extremely careful. Do not use too much pressure. You might have to run it through a few times to remove all of the residue

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Canon Pixma... | Answered on Mar 19, 2014

Before clicking 'print' change the dot per inch (resolution) to a higher setting.

Canon Pixma... | Answered on Feb 10, 2014

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