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Cutting Failures Without Error Indications - Canon iPF9000S Troubleshooting Manual

Ipf5000, ipf700, ipf8000, ipf800, ipf650/750 series.
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12. Cutting failures without error indications

Wavy cut surface
■J1.
Residual cutting chips on the reference side
■J2.
Ejection cut setting
■J3.
Normally ended without cutting, or line printed at the cutting position
■J4.
Cut, but with a line printed at the cutting position
■J5.
Cut automatically
■J6.
Images cut halfway
■J7.
Case
Caused by printing on cockled paper having a high printing
J1
duty.
Paper gets torn off as it drops slantwise under its own weight
during cutting.
J2
Non-recommended grades of paper are liable to this problem
(because of their heavy weighing capacity and slippery reverse
side).
With paper on which inks be difficult to dry, such as film-based
paper, blurred print images could result if the paper is cut
J3
immediately after printing. The default setting designed to
prevent this problem is "Ejection Cut" (press the [Online] button
after printing to cut the paper).
J4
The driver setting is either [Do Not Cut] or [Print Cut Lines].
The main unit has the [Reduce Cutting Dust] mode setting. In
J5
this mode, a yellow line is printed at the cutting position to
prevent cutting dust from being produced on printing.
J6
Faulty main controller (cutter driver PCB)
Cut automatically when printed past the maximum allowable
J7
print length of an application of the OS
Troubleshooting Guide
Cause
Change the paper or duty.
Print with borders.
Support the paper when cutting.
Use recommended paper.
Cancel the ejection cut setting of the
main unit and support the paper by hand
during printing.
Change the driver setting
Page Settings>Auto Cut Setting
Turn off [Reduce Cutting Dust] in the
paper preferences on the main unit.
Replace the main controller (cutter driver
PCB)
Use utilities, such as RIP
3-20
Action

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