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printer canon ix4000 error code 6500
my printer canon ix4000 give me error 6500 what`s that mean????????
Originally Posted by atheer
Other hardware error  - Logic board ass'y (QM2-3393 / QM3-1654)
*1: Before replacement of the logic board ass'y, check the waste ink amount (by service test print or EEPROM information print).
<Service mode operation procedures>
1) With the printer power turned off, while pressing the Resume/Cancel button, press and hold the Power button. (DO NOT release the buttons. The Power LED lights in green to indicate that a function is selectable.)
2) While holding the Power button, release the Resume/Cancel button. (DO NOT release the Power button.)
3) While holding the Power button, press the Resume/Cancel button 2 times, and then release both the Power and Resume/Cancel buttons.
(Each time the Resume/Cancel button is pressed, the Alarm and Power LEDs light alternately, Alarm in orange and Power in green,
starting with Alarm LED.)
4) When the Power LED lights in green*1, press the Resume/Cancel button the specified number of time(s) according to the function listed in
the table below. (Each time the Resume/Cancel button is pressed, the Alarm and Power LEDs light alternately, Alarm in orange and Power
in green, starting with Alarm LED.)
Service test print
<EEPROM information contents>
On the service test print (sample below), confirm the EEPROM information as shown below. (The information is given in the upper portion of
iX5000 (iX4000): Model name
Vx.xx: ROM version
USB (xxxxxx): USB serial number
FA = xx xx xx: Reserved for plant use
D = xxx.x: Waste ink amount (%)
AB (C = OK Y = ...): Ink system check result
Note: The waste ink amount should be confirmed by EEPROM information print (not by service test print).
If the waste ink amount is 7% or more, also replace the ink absorber kit (QY5-0164) when replacing the logic board ass'y.
QM2-3393: iX5000 logic board ass'y
QM3-1654: iX4000 logic board ass'y
Last edited by teckat; 12-18-2010 at 08:43 PM.
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