Canon MP600 6B00 Error Code: I started off removing the ink tank holder (held in place by the grey lever) and cleaning it with an alcohol solution and paper towel. When the ink tanks are not in use they slide to the right side and rest on a pad that collects excess ink. Mine was loaded up and gel like so I cleaned it as well. WITH THE INK TANKS REMOVED I placed my MP600 upside down on the table with a towel underneath to protect the lid. I then gave it a few good hits on either side of the lower paper tray. WORKED FOR ME!
It worked!!!!! At first I was shaking the printer easy and it did not fix it I said what the heck and decided to shake it extremely hard and beat on the bottom extremely hard and it fixed it!!!!!! I cannot believe this actually worked. Thank you so much for tip on this......
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Before tearing your Canon Pixma apart try turning it upside down and shake it. I have read every one I have found approx 5 people fixing this problem and clearing this alarm error by doing this. I was one.
After reading through earlier problem fixes, I inserted a piece of Card right through the feed system then taped all the covers and loose paper feed trays closed with masking tape.
Picked the whole unit up, turned it upside down and shook it up and down and side to side quite hard.
Put it back in place on the desk, undid all the tape and plugged both cable back in and switched it on. It went through a long startup process, spat out the card sheet and has worked OK since then (about 15 sheets printed).
Thanks for all the ideas in earlier fixes.
6B00 is a paper feed position error, the paper feed is not returning to the home position, or the encoder wheel was damaged. You can try to manually turn that large roller, and then power up again, but if it doesn't help you'll need a shop repair.
Try the following : GO through the control panel and delete the printer completely. No try to install a new printer using the windows install.
When it asked if you have the disk let uit find the install disk and install it . If this doesn;t now work. go back to the support website
and/ or the litature you have that came with the printer and see/ confirm that the windows version you are suing is the same as the one that yo have the install disk for. If not dowenload the correct driver from Canons web site.lf all that fails,since it is new, return ikt for another.
1. Turn off printer 2. Hold down Resume button n pres Power button. 3. Keep holding down Power button nd let Resume button go. 4. Press Resume button 2 times then let BOTH buttons go. 5. Green lights will flash and then stop blinking. 6. When green lights are solid, press the Resume button 4 times. 7. Press the Power button and the printer should turn off, if not, press the Power button once more. 8. Your printer should respond as normal