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Slow printing my copier is taking forever to print. It scans the image quickly, but then takes a while to print out the page. It has recently begun to do this. Any suggestions?

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  • Janice Fraser-Brown Oct 25, 2006

    The scanning and printing resolution has not changed and truthfully I have no idea whether or not there is an inksaver feature. The user manual isn't the greatest. :(

  • Anonymous Apr 23, 2008

    Same deal. The printer scans right away, but then takes a while to print. It started recently, did not do this before.

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Not enough memory, add a harddrive or more memory.

Posted on Dec 15, 2006

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This can sometimes be caused by a problem with the hard drive. The image data is stored on the hard drive prior to processing. The hard drive can be corrupted by repeatedly not powering-down in the correct manner. If the hard drive requires replacement then it has to be re-formatted and the system software re-installed. This can only be performed by a Canon engineer.

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You check the memory at the copier cable print size

Posted on May 21, 2007

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CHECK THE TONER --IF IT IS LOW REPLACE IT...THIS IS A COMMON PROBLEN ON A LOT OF PHOTOCOPIERS.

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Ithink memory check and remind

Posted on Mar 09, 2007

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I removed the paper from feeder, by pooling out under the feeder, then start to print and printer starts and quickly stop and on top on display shows L1 ( blanking signal). non any bottons respond by pushing them.

Posted on Jan 07, 2007

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Silly question maybe, but has the scanning or printing resolution changed? Does it have an inksaver programme that has been switched off?

Posted on Oct 25, 2006

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