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Replacing The Head - Canon iPF9000S Troubleshooting Manual

Ipf5000, ipf700, ipf8000, ipf800, ipf650/750 series.
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6. Replacing the Head

①Replacing heads from the Main Menu
Main Menu
Maintenance
②Head replacement by servicepersons
Unlock the carriage and disconnect the AC cable
Take out the head and close the head cover and the top cover
Restart the printer in user mode without a head mounted
Mount a new head according to operation panel guidance
Initial filling and automatic head adjustment
Restart the printer in service mode and check the nozzle check pattern
③Removing and reinserting a head on carriage unit replacement
Unlock the carriage and disconnect the AC cable
Take out the head
Replace the carriage unit
Troubleshooting Guide
Advantage:
Disadvantage: Unpredictable head reusability
Replace Heads
On a two-head model, choose either L or R.
Advantage:
Disadvantage: Increased ink and MT cartridge consumption (about three times
Unless the printer has been drained of ink
If the printer has been drained of ink on
carriage unit replacement
Low ink consumption
Assures head reusability (allowing faults in the heads to be analyzed)
larger than normal)
T14
Ink filling will not occur if you mount a new head now.
Perform automatic head adjustment with the finest grade of
paper available at the customer's site.
Advantage:
(unless the printer has been drained of ink)
T14
Remount the original head and restart the printer
Restart the printer in user mode without a head
mounted (hereafter follow steps similar to ②)
Mount a new head according to operation panel
guidance
Initial filling and automatic head adjustment
Restart the printer in service mode and check the
nozzle check pattern
5-20
Automatic Head Adjustment
Try on the finest grade of paper
available at the customer's site.
Low ink consumption

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  • ted Furrty Mar 30, 2015 08:09:
    Message on printer is The ink pad is almost fuff