20 Most Recent Canon Pixma Mg5250 Imageclass Inkjet Scan Copy 9600 X 2400 Dpi Sc Questions & Answers

Claim from removal firm for new printer and anything else they broke / damaged. Their insurance will cover it.

Canon Pixma... | Answered on Feb 17, 2016

often a power cycle is all it takes. there may be a reset 'hole' activate reset with a paperclip.

Canon Pixma... | Answered on Aug 22, 2014

As long as the cartridge that is telling the printer I'm empty is in the printer, you can't go on. I did reset all my colour cartridges in my printer, because I only print in black. Still now and then a cartridge is telling it is empty. I think the printer still wants to mix colours in the black. Lucky me, I can reset my cartridges all the time.
I'm not sure you can do the same on the canon. Try to get a chip resetter that is sold on all refill stores.

Canon Pixma... | Answered on Jul 18, 2014

You cannot solve it by yourself.
This error means, that the wast ink absorber is full and needs to be replaced. When a new waste ink absorber has been installed, the device needs a reset. This can only be done by Canon service.

Canon Pixma... | Answered on Jul 18, 2014

In the printer driver settings, where you can select the paper type, you have to choose "other paper" and select "T-Shirt Transfer".

Canon Pixma... | Answered on Jul 18, 2014

With the canon single ink inkjet printers it is not possible to use only the black cartridges for printing. You will have to put a new cyan cartridge into the printer to continue printing.

Canon Pixma... | Answered on May 30, 2014

Did you check, nothing is in the paper feeder? Could be just a little piece of paper or a staple is blocking proper functioning of the feeder.
Keep the paper try clean and take care you never drop or leave anything in the printer, that does not belong there.

Canon Pixma... | Answered on Mar 09, 2014

Install your cartridge into the Epson printer.Go to "Start > Control Panel" on your computer.Double-click on "Printer.Right-click on the icon of your Epson printer and choose "Printer Preferences" at the bottom of the dialog box.Click on the tab entitled "Speed and Progress" and see the Epson printer monitor box.Check off the box that says "Disable Epson Status Monitor" to turn off the ink monitor.Click "Save" and close the windows. Your cloned ink cartridges should now work.
Epson may also display an error message if you refill the ink cartridges.
Read more: http://www.ehow.com/how_6163069_make-printer-recognize-clone-cartridges.html#ixzz2knfFsjd6

Canon Pixma... | Answered on Nov 16, 2013

Sounds like your imaging sensor has failed and is not recording blue or green tones. Take your camera to a good camera store or send it to Canon for a service estimate.

Canon Cameras | Answered on Oct 17, 2020

This answer is 8 years too late, but whatever. The PC1263 is actually the PowerShot A590 IS. To delete all photos, press the "MENU" button, select the "Playback" tab (the one that looks like a little triangle) and scroll down until you see the option "Erase All." Press the Select button and confirm. All photos will be erased.

Canon Cameras | Answered on Jul 31, 2020

9 years old model, probably not worth repair. You can get used one on ebay for little money

Canon Cameras | Answered on Jul 18, 2020

Feel free - we won't prevent you.

Canon Cameras | Answered on Feb 13, 2020

Same as any camera - uncover lens, point camera at subject, press shutter button. Simples.

Canon Cameras | Answered on Dec 31, 2019

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