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More suprising was the response I received from Canon tech. They just ask when I bought it. by gel on Jan 18, 2007 at 2:44pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 I had similar problems with the Pixma MP780. If it hangs mid print its different - I never nailed the cause but my gut feeling on my printer hanging problem was 3 possible causes. http://winnport.com/canon-printer/canon-pixma-ip6600d-error-6a00.html

or it's affiliates. Find and clear the problem and your A600 error will go away.Now if the A600 is there, it will also prevent mechanical movement of the carriage unit, you can move it I followed the steps you described and after 2 tries, my printer was up & working again. by unknown on Jan 18, 2009 at 2:37pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 My guess is that it's the wiper thing over on the far right of the

Canon Printer Error Code 6a00

and removed and replaced ink carts (which normally light up but now don't). I tried another usb connection, still no change. Guess the new one's going back!By the way, what helped me understand where to look was the different ways people described the problem...it really did take a village!Thanks for saving us

There's a small piece of plastic with a little black squeegee-looking flap that I clicked back in place. Photo prints with canon glossy paper are the best we've ever made and beat out or equal commercial printers such as Adorama. It also has a an electrical pump to milk the print heads and test for ink flow.This is basically a hardware error related to Purge Unit/Waste ink absorber (WIA). Canon Mp530 Check Printer 6a00 Sign in to add this video to a playlist.

I am an authorized Canon tech for Faxphone, pixmas, printers, copiers including image class, multipass units. Canon Printer Error 6a00 Mp610 Just give it a gentle push and the printer spring back to life.. When we see it in the shop, 9 out of 10 times its a jammed purge unit. Have you let it run empty?

and only a little ink on my fingers!I am very grateful! (To BAB too!) - unknown Like to say thank you very much for your help Bab and briceg. Canon A6000 First you have to unlock the printhead by raising the gray lever on the right side of the carriage. Plugged power back on.This worked for me. - unknown Amusing that your post of almost a year ago was the right 'fix' for this vexing little problem with "Error 6A00" that If you also want the parts catalog and some other service docs (it will cost you $10), visit this link:http://www.2manuals.comI wouldn't bother with the manuals and the docs, there not very

Canon Printer Error 6a00 Mp610

I removed it. Do what the other suggestions have mentioned. Canon Printer Error Code 6a00 It might have come off of an ink cartridge. Canon Mp600 Error Code 6a00 If so, see if you can get it unstuck.

What must I do to correct the problem.Frank advice appreciated.Sam Burgess by Sam Burgess on May 15, 2007 at 2:47am Add comment Please sign in to comment Hi SamThe same has http://winnport.com/canon-printer/canon-error.html Lots of ink and a dead bug too. At worse you could have burnt out the magenta print nozzles. All rights reserved. Canon 6a00

GET a flashlight... Use a flashlight to check, then you will see two ink pads (sponge). I moved print head manually to get access to the papir. Check This Out by unknown on Feb 6, 2009 at 2:13am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 hi can anyone tell me how to get the top of my ip 4300 thanx

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Replaced eveything and deep cleaned the 3E cartridge a few times but still the same.Any suggestions gratefully accepted thanks.

Get a Professional Answer Via email, text message, or notification as you wait on our site.Ask follow up questions if you need to. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee Rate the answer you receive. I found a piece of paper. But at the end of the routine it sounds as if a 'sheet feeder' is jammed which doesn't appear to be the case. Canon Printers The printer works again!

I don't want to force it too much if it isn't supposed to be moved manually! There isn't a paper jam, what else could it be? by flemingo on Aug 14, 2007 at 3:11am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 The guy on 3/9/07 had it right, there is a rectangular foam piece under the this contact form There is no paper-jams, but I do see that the printhead does not move when I turn it on.

It loaded and began printing the photo (borderless 4x6 landscape) and completed about 2/3 of the print just fine when it made a brief, odd little noise, followed by a slight This is where the print-head is homed/parked and is the top of the WIA unit.3. I had the same problem and your "fix" worked perfectly. - unknown HI BertI have a canon mp610It took a little understanding and getting it right, but you're advice is invaluable. This is supposed to free the carriage to be moved by hand,...

They wanted me to send it for repair 2 hours away!!I've had better luck with HP printers malfunctioning after4-6 years of use!!! Many thanks to the experts here who pointed me in the right direction! Send me an email by clicking on my name and I will send you more information on how you can fix this. by unknown on Sep 30, 2007 at 8:46pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 I have a canon MP500 and I've been getting the 6A00 code.

I APPRECIATE YOUR TIP!!! - unknown 3 I had the same problem on a brand new MP830. When the power is off, the carriage can be moved easily. I weighed the potential cost of repairing a 3+ year old unit against a new unit with a 1 year warranty. The large pad is for the black ink and the small one is for colored ink.

Any help is greatly appreciated. As this printer is lucky to be used once a month... They sent me the 1700 to replace the 1600 along with new in. About UsTell FriendsHow to AskHow to VolunteerFAQTech SupportTop ExpertsExpert LoginBrowse Answers:By CategoryAlphabeticallyFind expert answers to:Find This site uses cookies.

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