After you have check that the Main Power outlet is active and on, make sure the unit is plugged in and that the on / off switch on the back of the unit is switched to the I position.
If the unit still does not power on then the boiler circuit breakers have tripped.
You can get to the circuit breakers by removing the rear panel;
Disconnect the mains plug from the unit, make sure you do this and not just turn off the mains switch, otherwise the switch internally will still be active;
Remove water unit;
Remove two silver screws at the rear top of unit;
Move the rear panel;
DO NOT disconnect any hoses;
The boiler is located on the right hand side of the unit looking from the back;
MAKE 100% sure that power is disconnected before proceeding;
On the bottom right hand corner of the boiler there are 4 wires connected to the unit using spade lugs, two black wires two blue wires;
In the center of the each colour there is a small tiny tab;
Lightly press the first one you should hear a small click;
Lightly press the second one you should hear a small click;
if either or the two doesn't click it means that particular breaker has not tripped, don't try and push harder.
Assemble the unit and power back up.
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- Turn off the machine, and unplug the power cord of the machine from the power supply.
- Plug the machine back in and turn the machine back on.
If the problem is not resolved, contact the service center.
Or Try this:
An obstruction inside the printer is preventing the ink cartridge carriage from moving.
Check inside the pinter and remove paper jam or obstruction.
If there are no obstructions or paper jams evident, turn off the machine, and unplug the power cord of the machine from the power supply.Plug the machine back in and turn the machine back on.
If the problem is not resolved, contact canon service :here https://www.usa.canon.com/internet/portal/us/home/support/email
a hose swap will not kill the board. But unplugging the unit with the machine turned on might kill the board... moving the power plug, or circuit breaker with the board 'alive' /turned on.. can cause damage.
Possible Cause Solution
The power switch is not turned on at the wall. Unplug the machine from the wall. Wait 60 seconds, plug back in and turn the power back on again.
The household power supply is at fault. Try plugging another electrical appliance into the power slot.
1.Turn machine off
2. After it has completely powered down, unplug the power cord from the wall.
3. Go back to the front of the machine and turn it on and then back off again (remembering to leave it UNPLUGGED from power.)
4. WAIT 60 SECONDS (Very important)
5.AFTER 60 seconds plug it back into the wall and turn it back on.
If problem persists call for service.
Hope it helps!
Perhaps someone has programmed the machine for "Play stimulator" (random play) or background music. The easiest way clear all f is to default the machine to factory settings. First, unplug the memory plug (red wire at bottom right side of selection and computer and turn off power to the machine for 10 minutes with the memory plug unplugged. After turning on power, the carousel will rotate to determine its capacity. After that the machine is ready for operation. Re-connect the memory plug. If you need further help you can contact me, [email protected]
First off try unplugging it and leaving it unpluged for 30 minutes. Not just turned off, but unplugged, then plug it back in and see if it works. There are filter capicitors in the low voltage power supply that sometimes have to sit with power removed for 30 minutes before they discharge and allow the power supply to turn on. Sounds weird but I have seen it fix a dead machine probably 50 times or more. If that doesn't restart then you will have to replace the power supply. If that is the case let me know and I can tell you where to get it from and ho\w to replace it.
Try leaving it unpluged for 30 minutes. not less than 30 minutes.
if your machine is on warranty take it back to the supplier you bought it from.or try to unplug the machine and plug it in back to go through its cycle and reset it self.if that does not work then you are having problem in the machine power supply.if you ran out of warranty, have a tech look at your machine.good luck.