Question about Canon W8200PG InkJet Printer
Hi friends, 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 chris
Canon have a specific protocol to be followed to prepare the printer for transport. It is shown in a pdf file I downloaded from http://www.usa.canon.com/html/download/ipw8200.html.
the file is in the Guides section
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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