It will be somewhere very close to the hinges of the cover. Moral is make sure that white plastic wiper can seat all of the way. I was ready to give up, go out and buy an HP before I stumbled on this site.I moved the sliding piece with the wipers back and forth several times. However I eventually moved the cartridge cover to the left and found a little piece of foam like wadding under a loose spring on the right hand side. http://patricktalkstech.com/error-code/canon-pixma-mp780-error-code-6a00.html
Any helpful suggestions? - Anonymous I have a Canon mp830 showing error code 6A00. You need to move it a couple of time back and forth. and turned it off and on, with and without unplugging. Hasn't had any obviously damage caused to it recently.
However, last night suddenly the printer started to malfunction. The error message says paper is jamed in exit slot. now.Big thanks to you briceg and to BAB! - mdlc 3 I don't get a numeric code, just "paper jammed -- clear paper jam and press OK"I have pressed OK. Please try again later.
Any suggestions for a 'self-fix'.Thanks by unknown on Jul 11, 2007 at 8:00am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 So I just bought my mp830 and I get the I was able to take a pencil and simply tap it back so that it re-seated itself. I have a Canon MP600 and got the error code 6A00. Canon Mp530 Check Printer 6a00 by unknown on Dec 15, 2007 at 9:45am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Model MP830I was getting Error 6A00 and it turned out to be that the black
It can get stuck over at the station that cleans the wiper. Canon Printer Error 6a00 Mp610 Druckkopf und Patronen manuell nach links schieben4. I pulled it out and my wife commented that it looked like one of her hair bands but i completely dismissed it as I had read someone elses' post here about It worked OK and the next time I got that message.
An error occurred in the AP motor during purging operation. Canon A6000 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 The service center wants me to drive the thing 85 miles one way for somebody to look at it. thetechtree 15,958 views 6:58 Enable canon MP530 - Duration: 2:46.
Slightly hidden away.I didn't see the sponges at first, as there was a white backwards “L” shaped plastic piece that had a spring attached to it. I guess we will have to invest in something else. Canon Mp830 Error Code 6a00 Alarm I think the rectangular one had so much ink on it it popped itself out of place.My error is gone and I can print again! Canon Mp600 Error Code 6a00 I moved the cartridges all the way to the left and have cleaned the plastic wipers and everything I can see in there.
Sliding in back and forth is another temporary fix. http://patricktalkstech.com/error-code/canon-ip5200-service-error-6a00.html I wiggled the little rectangular sponge (it's not soft like a sponge, but looks like one) around a little bit with a pen and got it back sitting flat in it's It worked! Remove cartridges, lift the cartridge locking cover and lift it out. Error Code 6a00 Canon Pixma Ip6600d
by unknown on Jan 10, 2007 at 9:21am Add comment Please sign in to comment I had the same problem. Tweet Post solution, add your comments or receive notifications Back to top
When it is parked there, pull the power cord out of the printer. Sony A600 Gave the white thing a little nudge, it moved, turned it back on and alls ok again! Tweet Post solution, add your comments or receive notifications Back to top
Thanks - DeeSee 0 Had the same problem with my Canon Pixma iP4000:- Service Error 6A00- 12 flashes alternating orange green- AP Position ErrorMy problem was similar to what injetonline said Push it down and off/on the machine. Don't even think of trying to replace it, very hard to do on an iP-MP800 series unit. Canon Printers Thanks,Phil by billyrush25 on Jul 15, 2007 at 9:56pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Canon PIXMA IP3000 SERVICE ERROR 6A00.Same shit, google for 6A00 and first hit was
Called Canon. Error is gone!Thanks again! It may be that you have a dried-out ink cartridge - try another one if you have one handy. 3. weblink Category Science & Technology License Standard YouTube License Show more Show less Loading...
We will usually find a scrap of paper or some foreign object lodged in the purge unit preventing the proper movement of the purge unit. Red requires almost 100\% of yellow and magenta. Solution, trnyig something outside of the box. I girth hitched one end on to the bottom of the tray in the middle between the hoses that drain the tray.
You'll get a brand new one to replace your old one, which is what you want. - unknown 0 I have the same problem with my Pixma MP500 =/It occurred when You should of had a low ink warning though. Pat - Anonymous I have blocked nozzle and am not sure hoe to remove head for cleaning and keep getting error message 2,178,0 on scanning ,please help,Tony - tonybell Hello,I have I weighed the potential cost of repairing a 3+ year old unit against a new unit with a 1 year warranty.
Please click the Accept as Solution button so that others may find the answer as well. i tried everything and then i looked at the yr website. Working... Using an inkjet printer that is out of ink is a bit like running a car without oil.
by Anonymous on Aug 21, 2007 at 9:10pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 My home recent took a lightning strike and I lost several electronic items but have Cycle the power on/off a couple of time to suck the windex through the purge unit. The reply by Sarabkn mentioned a "spring" which was found when moving the ink tanks to the left that was attached to a white thing. by unknown on Jan 31, 2009 at 1:44pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Thanks for all you postings, magically I managed to fix the printer.The mechanism that sticks/binds
I was quoated £60 for this problem to be fixed and i just slightly moved the thing that moves when you turn it on and of course it was the ink Cleaned up some excess ink and reassembled the printer.Thanks inkjetonline! A slow computer with inadequate RAM, Windows 95 and 98 (hated them) and finally a really bad printer design that I eventually gave up on and threw out with total contempt. I cleaned the jets and the rollers and also tried using the auto sheet feeded instead of the cassette.