I have a Canon W8200 which I need to pack and crate up to transport internationally. Originally the printer was installed by a technician but because of the remoteness of the printer I need to package it myself.
As the printer needs to be raised at one end to get through a narrow doorway what other precautions besides using the menu "move printer" or perhaps remove the ink cartridges do I need to do?
Is there a ink overflow tank for surplus ink? Obviously I don't have any of the riginal packing pieces such as any cable brackets etc
Any help would be very much appreciated
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Did you open the printer and remove the cradle lock and packing. These are shipped with new printers to keep the internal components from moving during transport. Open the front door and make sure all of the packing is removed and the print cartridges are installed correctly.
Yes, it should be transported in upright position.
When we moved, our moving company arranged a crating company to crate our Spheros unit. They built a crate around the TV and secured it in an upright position along with the rotating stand. They then put a tilt sensor (you get the serial number of the tilt sensor) to make sure that the moving people don't tilt the crate. They also un-crate it at your destination. The only problem is that the TV is already quite heavy to begin with (~180 lbs), and with the crate, it becomes almost impossible for the movers move it in perfect upright position....though our movers really tried hard.
Canvass the prices of the other freight forwarder, or cargo handlers running the route and compare it with your existing one. But canvass only the reliable forwarder. Send your e-mail for your comments. By the way, I am also a cebuano pinoy.
Clean the round rod that the print head moves along and also the metal work above where the carrage rollers run.
I wipe mine with a drop of oil after cleaning as error is indicating that the carrige is sticking and not moving at the correct speed.
you need to enter a service mode before the error message pops up. hold down paper source button + online.
that should override the message before it pops up.
go to replace print head selection. or do a clean. it may still be working. let me know if this doesn't work....but at least you can still get past the message now! marty