Canon iP4300 Service manual

iP4300
SIMPLIFIED SERVICE MANUAL
1.
PRODUCT LIST
2.
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
3.
ERROR DISPLAY
4.
REPAIR
5.
SERVICE MODE
6.
EXTERNAL VIEW / PARTS LIST
7.
TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART
8.
SPECIAL NOTES ON SERVICING
9.
PRODUCT TECHNICAL INFORMATION
APPENDIX 1:
SERVICE TEST PRINT
APPENDIX 2:
EEPROM INFORMATION PRINT
QY8-13BA-000
Rev. 00
July 25, 2006
Canon Inc.
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1.
PRODUCT LIST
1-1.
Main Units
Product name
Product code
Canon Inkjet Printer Q30-4210-000
iP4300
Q30-4213-000
Q30-4210-000
Q30-4213-000
1-2.
1438B001AA
1438B002AA
1438B003AA
1438B004AA
1438B006AA
1438B007AA
1438B008AA
1438B009AA
1438B011AA
1438B012AA
1438B013AA
1438B014AA
1438B015AA
1438B016AA
Production q'ty
(for 3 months)
JPN
US
CA
LAM
EUM
EMB
GB
EUM / EMB
AU
ASA
HK
CN
TW
KR
194,000
49,000
340,000
25,000
Accessories
Print head
Ink tanks
(Japan / Non-Japan)
BCI-9BK / PGI-5BK
BCI- 7eBK / CLI-8BK
BCI- 7eC / CLI-8C
BCI- 7eM / CLI-8M
BCI- 7eY / CLI-8Y
CD / DVD tray*1
8cm CD / DVD adapter*1
Power cord
*1: Not for the US and KR
models.
Consumables
Product name
Canon Ink Tank
BCI-9BK
BCI-7eBK
BCI-7eC
BCI-7eM
BCI-7eY
Canon Ink Tank
PGI-5BK
CLI-8BK
CLI-8C
CLI-8M
CLI-8Y
1-3.
Destination
Product code
Destination
0372B001AA
0364B001AA
0365B001AA
0366B001AA
0367B001AA
JP
0628B001AA to 0628B005AA
0620B001AA to 0620B005AA
0621B001AA to 0621B005AA
0622B001AA to 0622B005AA
0623B001AA to 0623B005AA
001:
002:
003:
004:
005:
Optional Unit
No optional units.
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EUR / OCN
AMR
ASA
W/O BOX
AMR S
Remarks
2.
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
2-1.
Printer Specifications
Type
Paper feeding
method
Resolution
Throughput
(Target value)
Desktop serial color inkjet printer
Auto sheet feed (ASF, cassette, automatic duplex printing, CD / DVD printing*)
* Not supported in the US and KR models
9,600 dpi x 2,400 dpi (Max.)
Photo (“4x6”) *1
PP-101/Standard/Borderless:
Camera Direct*2 4"x6" borderless
For reference:
Bk text (Plain paper/Fine pattern)
Max Speed (Custom Setting 5)
Standard
Color (Plain paper/Fine pattern)
Max Speed (Custom Setting 5)
Standard
Approx. 36 sec.
Approx.101 sec
: 30ppm
: 14.8ppm
: 24ppm
: 11.6ppm
*1:
Based on Canon standard pattern. Print speed may vary depending on
System configuration, interface, software, document complexity, print mode,
page coverage, type of paper used and does not take into account data
processing time on host computer.
*2:
When printing a 6 megapixel image taken by certain Canon digital camera
from PictBridge on default settings using Photo Paper Plus Glossy without
border.
Actual print speed may vary depending on image data, print mode, type of
paper used and device that the printer is connected to.
Note:
Printing direction
Print width
Interface
Computer
Camera Direct
Paper feed
ASF
Stacking
capacity
Paper weight
Paper
specifications
Cassette
Stacking
capacity
Paper weight
Notations for the Americas should be confirmed with the related marketing section
of each sales company in the Americas.
Bidirectional, uni-directional
Max. 203.2 mm (216 mm in borderless printing)
USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
PictBridge with a PictBridge-supported digital camera, digital video camera, or
camera-equipped mobile phone
Max. 13 mm (Approx. 150 sheets of 64 g/m2 plain paper)
64 to 105 g/m2, Canon specialty paper 273 g/m2 at the maximum
Plain paper:
A4, A5, B5, Letter, Legal, custom
Super White Paper
SW-201:
A4, Letter
High Resolution Paper
HR-101N:
A4, Letter
Photo Paper Pro
PR-101:
A4, Letter, 4x6, 4x8, 8x10, Wide
Photo Paper Plus Glossy
PP-101:
A4, Letter, 4x6, 5x7
Photo Paper Plus Semi-gloss
SG-201/101: A4, Letter, 4x6, 8x10
Glossy Photo Paper
GP-401:
A4, Letter, 4x6, Credit Card
GP-501/502: A4, Letter, 4x6
Matte Photo Paper
MP-101:
A4, Letter, 4x6
Photo Paper Plus Double Sided PP-101D:
A4, Letter, 5x7
Photo Stickers
PS-101
T-shirt Transfer
TR-301:
A4
Envelope:
DL-size, COM #10
Max. 13 mm (Approx. 150 sheets of 64 g/m2 plain paper)
64 to 105 g/m2, Canon specialty paper 273 g/m2 at the maximum
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Paper
specifications
DVD / CD print
Supported media
Media size
(diameter)
Print operation
Acoustic noise
(Target value)
Environmental
requirements
Power supply
External dimensions
Weight
Related standards
Serial number
location
Remaining ink
amount detection
Paper type detection
Print head alignment
2-2.
Same as the ASF, except that the Legal and Credit Card sizes and Photo Stickers
cannot be used in the cassette.
CD / DVD printable media
120 mm / 80 mm
Front loading
Approx. 34.0 dB
(Highest print quality settings: Photo Paper Pro, Custom 1, paper feeding from the
ASF)
During operation
Temperature 5C to 35C (41F to 95F)
Humidity
10%RH to 90%RH (no condensation)
Non operation
Temperature 0C to 40C (32F to 104F)
Humidity
5%RH to 95%RH (no condensation)
Power supply voltage Frequency
Power consumption Standby
Power-off
AC 100 to 240 V
50/60 Hz
Approx. 11 W
Approx. 1.0 W Approx. 0.5 W
With the trays retracted:
Approx. 445 (W) x 303 (D) x 160 (H) mm
With the trays extended: Approx. 445 (W) x 582 (D) x 338 (H) mm
Approx. 6.5 kg, including the print head / ink tanks
Electromagnetic radiance:
VCCI, FCC, IC, CE Mark, Taiwan EMC, C-Tick, CCC (EMC), Korea MIC, Gost-R
Electrical safety:
Electrical Appliance and Material Safety Law (DENAN), UL, C-UL, CB Report, CE
Mark, GS, Gost-R, FT, SASO, CCC, SPRING, Korea EK, IRAM (Argentine)
Environmental regulations:
RoHS (EU), WEEE (EU), Korea Package Recycle Law, Green Point (Germany),
Energy Star, Eco Mark, Law on Promoting Green Purchasing
On the carriage flexible cable holder (visible when the access cover is open)
Available (detection by optical method and dot count, enabled at default)
Not available
Available (automatic or manual alignment via the printer driver Maintenance tab, or
automatic alignment via the Resume/Cancel button in Camera Direct Printing,
automatic alignment at default)
Product Life
(1)
Printer
Specified print volume or the years of use, whichever comes first.
- Print volume: 13,000 pages
- Black: 5,200 pages (Black 1,500 character pattern)
- Color: 3,900 pages (7.5% duty per color pattern)
300 pages (A4, photo, borderless printing)
2,700 pages (4 x 6, photo, borderless printing)
900 pages (Postcard, photo, borderless printing)
- 3 years of use
(2)
Print head
- Print volume:
29,400 pages
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(3)
Ink tank (target value)
() Estimated Supplemental Yield
Average Yield
Color document (ISO/IEC FCD24712)*1
Photo (4" x 6") *2
PGI-5BK
CLI-8BK
CLI-8C
CLI-8M
CLI-8Y
520pages
(5,220)pages 890pages 670pages 700pages
(3,095)pages (1,305)pages 387pages 271pages 291pages
*1
Color document: Declared yield value in accordance with ISO/IEC FCD24711.
Values obtained by continuous printing.
*2
"Photo (4"" x 6""): When printing Canon standard patterns on 4"" x 6""
<Photo Paper Plus Glossy> continuously with the default settings of <Photo Paper Plus Glossy>
using Windows XP printer driver in borderless printing mode and Windows XP Photo Printing
Wizard. "
Declared yield value determined based on Canon standard method referring to
ISO/IEC FCD24712.
#
2-3.
Ink yield may vary depending on texts/photos printed, applications software used, print mode
and type of paper used.
Print Head Specifications
Type
Print head
Ink color
Ink tank
Weight (Net)
Supply method
Part number
2-4.
Single head with 5 removable ink tanks (each color)
Pigment-based BK:
512 nozzles, 600 dpi, 30 pl
Dye-based BK / C / M / Y: 512 x 6 nozzles, 1,200 dpi, 1 pl / 5 pl (C / M), 5 pl (BK / Y)
(Two 512 nozzles for C and M respectively)
Pigment-based black
Dye-based black, cyan, magenta, yellow
Japan:
BCI-9BK (pigment-based), BCI-7eBK / C / M / Y (dye-based)
Others: PGI-5BK (pigment-based), CLI-8BK / C / M / Y (dye-based)
Print head: Approx. 60 g
As a service part (not including ink tanks)
QY6-0061-000
Supported Ink Tanks
Pigment-based
ink
BCIPGIBICModel
Destination 9BK
5BK 7eBK
PIXUS iP4300 Japan
O
X
O
PIXMA iP4300 Others
X
O
X
O:
X:
Dye-based ink
BCI7eC
O
X
BIC7eM
O
X
BCI7eY
O
X
CLI8BK
X
O
CLI8C
X
O
CLI8M
X
O
CLI8Y
X
O
Usable
Not usable
Note: The ink tanks for the Japanese model are not compatible with those for the other models. Be
sure to use the appropriate ink tanks in servicing.
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3.
ERROR DISPLAY
Errors are indicated by the LED, and warnings are displayed on the monitor of the computer connected
to the printer.
3-1.
Operator Call Errors (Alarm LED Blinking in Orange)
Alarm LED
blinking in
orange
2 times
3 times
4 times
Error [Error code]
Solution
No paper. (ASF) [1000]
Set the paper in the ASF, and press the
Resume/Cancel button.
No CD / DVD tray. [1001]*1
Set the CD / DVD tray, and press the
Resume/Cancel button.
No paper in the cassette.
[1003]
Set the paper in the cassette, and press
the Resume/Cancel button.
No CD / DVD. [1002]*1
Set a CD or DVD in the CD / DVD tray
(which is ejected at error occurrence),
and insert the CD / DVD tray in the proper
position. Then, press the Resume/Cancel
button.
Paper jam. [1300]
Remove the jammed paper, and press
the Resume/Cancel button.
Error in paper feeding from the
ASF.
Paper jam in the rear guide.
[1303]
Error in the duplexing transport
unit.
Paper jam in the under
guide. [1304]
Error in paper feeding from the
cassette.
Front door close error.
[1250]
Open the paper output tray.
The error is indicated if the paper
output tray is closed at start of a
print job, or while a print job is
being performed.
No ink. [1600]
Replace the empty ink tank(s), or press
the Resume/Cancel button.
Pressing the Resume/Cancel
button will exit the error without ink
tank replacement, however, ink
may run out during printing.
Ink tank not installed. [1660] Install the applicable ink tank(s) properly,
and confirm that the LED's of all the ink
tanks light red.
5 times
Remarks
The print head is not
installed. [1401]
Install the print head properly.
Print head temperature
sensor error. [1403]
Faulty EEPROM data of the
print head. [1405]
Print head hardware error.
[1682]
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(Operator Call Errors cont'd)
Alarm LED
blinking in
orange
6 times
Error [Error code]
Solution
Inner cover open. [1841]*2
Close the inner cover, and press the
Resume/Cancel button.
Inner cover open during
printing on paper. [1846]*2
Close the inner cover, and press the
Resume/Cancel button.
Inner cover open during
printing on paper (print
continuable). [1851]*1
Close the inner cover, and press the
Resume/Cancel button.
Remarks
Close the inner cover, and press the
Inner cover open during
printing on paper (print NOT Resume/Cancel button to clear the error.
The paper being printed at error
continuable). [1856]*1
occurrence will be ejected without printing
the remaining data for the ejected paper,
then printing will resume from the next
page.
7 times
Inner cover closed during
CD / DVD printing (print
continuable). [1850]*1
Open the inner cover which functions as
the CD / DVD tray feeder, set the CD /
DVD tray in the feeder, and press the
Resume/Cancel button.
Inner cover closed during
CD / DVD printing (print
NOT continuable). [1855]*1
Open the inner cover, and press the
Resume/Cancel button to clear the error.
The CD or DVD being printed at error
occurrence will be ejected without printing
the remaining data for the ejected CD or
DVD, then the next print job will be done.
Multiple ink tanks of the
Replace the wrong ink tank(s) with the
same color installed. [1681] correct one(s).
Ink tank in a wrong position. Install the ink tank(s) in the correct
[1680]
position.
8 times
Warning: The ink absorber Pressing the Resume/Cancel button will
becomes almost full. [1700 / exit the error, and enable printing.
1701 (Japan)]
9 times
The connected digital
camera or digital video
camera does not support
Camera Direct Printing.
[2001]
Remove the cable between the camera
and the printer.
10 times
Automatic duplex printing
cannot be performed.
[1310]
Press the Resume/Cancel button to eject
the paper being used at error occurrence.
Printing will resume from on the front side
of the next page.
Data which was to be printed on
the back side of paper at error
occurrence is skipped (not
printed).
11 times
Failed in automatic print
head alignment. [2500]
Press the Resume/Cancel button.
- If paper is being fed at error occurrence,
the error is indicated after the paper is
ejected.
- If the error occurs, the print head
alignment values are not changed.
- After exit from the error by the
Resume/Cancel button, the automatic
print head alignment will not be re-done.
The error is indicated when the
pattern is not printed due to no ink
or non-ejection of ink, when the
sensor's AD value is incorrect, or
when the paper is shorter than the
specified length.
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The service call error, indicating
the ink absorber is full, is likely to
occur soon.
(Operator Call Errors cont'd)
Alarm LED
blinking in
orange
Error [Error code]
Solution
13 times
The remaining ink amount
unknown. [1683]
Replace the applicable ink tank with a
new one, and close the top cover.
Printing with a once-empty ink tank can
damage the printer.
To continue printing without replacing the
ink tank(s), press the Resume/Cancel
button for 5 sec. or longer to disable the
function to detect the remaining ink
amount. After the operation, it is recorded
in the printer that the function to detect
the remaining ink amount was disabled.
14 times
Ink tank not recognized.
[1684]
A non-supported ink tank is installed (the
ink tank LED is turned off). Install the
supported ink tanks.
15 times
Ink tank not recognized.
[1410 to 1414]
An error occurred in an ink tank (the ink
tank LED is turned off). Replace the ink
tank(s).
Each error code corresponds to each ink
tank, from left (the opposite side of the
home position) to right, respectively.
16 times
No ink. [1688]
Replace the empty ink tank(s), and close
the top cover.
Printing with an empty ink tank can
damage the printer.
To continue printing without replacing the
ink tank(s), press the Resume/Cancel
button for 5 sec. or longer to disable the
function to detect the remaining ink
amount. After the operation, it is recorded
in the printer that the function to detect
the remaining ink amount was disabled.
*1: Only for models supporting CD / DVD printing
*2: Only for models not supporting CD / DVD printing
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Remarks
The error is indicated when raw
ink is detected but the dot count
number exceeds the threshold of
complete exhaustion of ink.
Ink tank positioning (from left to
right):
BK, PigBK, Y, M, C
The error is indicated when "no
raw ink" is detected and when the
dot count number exceeds the
threshold of complete exhaustion
of ink.
3-2.
Service Call Errors (by Cyclic Blinking in Orange (Alarm LED) and Green (Power LED), or
Alarm LED Lit in Orange)
Cycles of blinking in
orange and green
Solution
(Replacement of listed parts, which are likely to be
faulty)
Error [Error code]
2 times
Carriage error [5100]
3 times
Line feed error [6000]
4 times
Purge cam sensor error [5C00]
5 times
ASF (cam) sensor error [5700]
6 times
Internal temperature error [5400]
7 times
Ink absorber full [5B00 / 5B01 (Japan)]
8 times
Print head temperature rise error [5200]
9 times
EEPROM / NVRAM error [6800]
10 times
VH monitor error [B200]
11 times
Carriage lift mechanism error [5110]
12 times
AP position error [6A00]
13 times
Paper feed position error [6B00]
14 times
Paper feed cam sensor error [6B10]
15 times
USB Host VBUS overcurrent [9000]
16 times
Pump roller sensor error [5C20]
19 times
Ink tank position sensor error [6502]
20 times
Other hardware error [6500]
Power LED turned off,
Alarm LED lit
ROM error
- Print head (QY6-0061)
- Print head (QY6-0061)
Power LED lit,
RAM error
Alarm LED lit
*1: Before replacement of the logic board ass'y, check the ink absorber counter value (by service test print or EEPROM
information print). If the counter value is 7% or more, also replace the ink absorber kit (QY5-0176) when replacing
the logic board ass'y. See 5. SERVICE MODE, for details.
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3-3.
(1)
Warnings
Printer (no LED indications)
Displayed warning
Remarks
Low ink
Status indication only.
Print head temperature rise
If the print head temperature is high when the access cover is opened,
the warning is displayed*1.
When the print head temperature falls, the warning is released.
Protection of excess rise of the print head If the print head temperature exceeds the specified limit, a Wait is
temperature
inserted during printing.
*1: If the warning is displayed, the carriage does not move to the ink tank replacement position when the access
cover is opened.
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5.
SERVICE MODE
Function
Service test print
- Model name
- Destination
- ROM version
- USB serial number
- Ink absorber counter value
(ink amount in the ink
absorber)
- CD / DVD sensor correction
value
- Ink system function check
result
- CD / DVD sensor correction
result
EEPROM initialization
Ink absorber counter reset
LF correction
Left margin correction
Destination settings
Procedures
See "Service mode operation
procedures" below.
See "Service mode operation
procedures" below.
See "Service mode operation
procedures" below.
See "Service mode operation
procedures" below.
See "Service mode operation
procedures" below.
See "Service mode operation
procedures" below.
Remarks
Set a sheet of A4 or letter size paper in
the ASF.
For print sample, see APPENDIX 1,
SERVICE TEST PRINT.
The following items are NOT
initialized, and the shipment arrival flag
is not on:
- USB serial number
- Destination settings
- Ink absorber counter value
- CD / DVD correction value
- LF correction value
- Left margin correction value
- Record of disabling the function to
detect the remaining ink amount
If the ink absorber counter value is 7%
or more, replace the ink absorber kit.
Note: At the end of the service mode, press the Power button. The paper lifting plate of the sheet feed
unit will be raised.
<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, 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.)
15
Time(s)
0 times
LED indication
Green (Power) Power off
Function
1 time
Orange (Alarm) Service test print
2 times
Green (Power)
3 times
Orange (Alarm) EEPROM initialization
4 times
5 times
Green (Power) Ink absorber counter resetting
Orange (Alarm) Destination settings
6 times
7 times
Green (Power) Print head deep cleaning
Orange (Alarm) CD / DVD check pattern print
After entering the destination
settings mode, press the
Resume/Cancel button the specified
number of time(s) to select the
destination.
(Cleaning of both black and color)
Not used in servicing.
8 times
Green (Power)
Not used in servicing.
EEPROM information print
10 times
CD / DVD print position correction
(horizontal: X direction)
Orange (Alarm) CD / DVD print position correction
(vertical: Y direction)
Green (Power) LF correction
11 times
Orange (Alarm) Left margin correction
9 times
Remarks
When the print head is not installed,
the carriage returns and locks in the
home position capped.
See APPENDIX 1, SERVICE TEST
PRINT.
See APPENDIX 2, EEPROM
INFORMATION PRINT.
Not used in servicing.
12 to 15 Green / Orange Return to the menu selection
times
(Power / Alarm)
16 times Orange (Alarm) Return to the menu selection
or more
Note: If the Resume/Cancel button is pressed 16 or more times, the Alarm LED lights steadily without
any changes.
<Destination settings procedures>
In the destination settings mode, press the Resume/Cancel button the specified number of time(s)
according to the destination listed in the table below, and press the Power button.
Time(s) LED indication
Destination
CD / DVD print
0 times
Green (Power) No change of the destination
1 time
Orange (Alarm) Japan
Supported
2 times
Green (Power) Korea
Not supported
3 times
Orange (Alarm) US
Not supported
4 times
Green (Power) Europe
Supported
5 times
Orange (Alarm) Australia
Supported
6 times
Green (Power) Asia
Supported
7 times
Orange (Alarm) China
Supported
8 times
Green (Power) Taiwan
Supported
9 times
Orange (Alarm) Canada / LAM
Supported
10 times
Green (Power) Return to the menu selection
or more
Note: After setting the destination, confirm the model name in service test print or EEPROM
information print. (See APPENDIX 1, SERVICE TEST PRINT or APPENDIX 2, EEPROM
INFORMATION PRINT.)
<LF correction procedures>
After replacement of the feed roller ass'y or logic board ass'y in repair servicing or in refurbishment
operation, adjust the line feeding.
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Details:
Print the LF correction pattern on a sheet of paper. Select the Pattern No. (0 to 2) in which
streaks or lines are the least noticeable, press the Resume/Cancel button the same number
of time(s) as the selected Pattern No., then press the Power button.
1)
In the LF correction mode, press the Resume/Cancel button the specified number of times
according to the paper to be used in LF correction listed in the table below, then press the Power
button. (Set a sheet of selected paper in the ASF.)
Time(s)
Paper
1 time
HR-101
2 times
GF-500, Office Planner
3 times
HP BrightWhite
4 times
Canon Extra, STEINBEIS
Note: - Each time the Resume/Cancel button is pressed, the Alarm and Power LEDs light
alternately, Alarm in orange and Power in green.
- If the Resume/Cancel button is NOT pressed, and only the Power button is pressed, the
printer remains in the LF correction mode.
- If the Resume/Cancel button is pressed 5 times or more, then the Power button is
pressed, the printer returns to the service mode menu selection.
2)
The LF correction pattern for the selected paper is printed.
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3)
In the printout, select the Pattern No. in which streaks or lines are the least noticeable, press the
Resume/Cancel button the same number of time(s) as the selected Pattern No., then press the
Power button.
3-1)
3-2)
LF correction value
Selected pattern number Number of times the Resume/Cancel button is pressed
1
1 time
0
0 times
2
2 times
Note: - Each time the Resume/Cancel button is pressed, the Alarm and Power LEDs
light alternately, Alarm in orange and Power in green.
- If the Resume/Cancel button is pressed 3 times or more, then the Power button is
pressed, the printer returns to the service mode menu selection.
The selected LF correction value is written to the EEPROM, and the printer returns to the
service mode menu selection.
<Left margin correction procedures>
Adjust the left margin for duplex printing or printing from the cassette, in the same way as performed at
the production site.
1)
Duplex printing from the ASF and cassette
In the left margin correction mode, press the Resume/Cancel button 1 time, then press the Power
button 1 time. Duplex printing is performed from the ASF and cassette.
Number of times the
Resume/Cancel
Operation
button is pressed (L)
0 times
No operation
1 time
Duplex printing from the ASF and cassette
2 times or more
Return to the service mode menu selection (no writing to the EEPROM)
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From each paper source (ASF and cassette), 2 sheets of paper are ejected. The first sheet is
blank, and the left margin correction pattern is printed on the second sheet.
Printing sequence: For detail, see the flowcharts below.
i) A sheet of paper feeds from the ASF, and ejected blank (single-sided printing).
ii) A sheet of paper feeds from the ASF. Nothing is printed on the front side, and the pattern is
printed on the back side (duplex printing).
iii) A sheet of paper feeds from the cassette, and ejected blank (single-sided printing).
iv) A sheet of paper feeds from the cassette. The pattern is printed on both sides of paper
(duplex printing).
A total of 4 sheets are ejected.
After this, set the correction value to the EEPROM in the steps below.
2)
Selection of the parameter mode for left margin correction
Press the Resume/Cancel button the specified number of time(s) according to the parameter
mode listed in the table below, then press the Power button.
Each time the Resume/Cancel button is pressed, the Alarm and Power LEDs light alternately,
Alarm in orange and Power in green.
Number of times the
Resume/Cancel
Parameter mode
button is pressed (M)
0 times
Duplex printing from the ASF and cassette
1 time
Back side of paper fed from the ASF
2 times
Front side of paper fed from the cassette
3 times
Back side of paper fed from the cassette
4 times or more
Return to the service mode menu selection (after writing to the EEPROM)
3)
Setting of the left margin correction value ("+" means to increase the left margin)
Press the Resume/Cancel button the specified number of time(s) according to the correction value
listed in the table below, then press the Power button.
Number of times the
Resume/Cancel
Left margin correction value
button is pressed (N)
0 times
Return to the parameter mode selection for left margin correction
1 time
+1 pitch
2 times
+2 pitches
3 times
+3 pitches
4 times
-1 pitch
5 times
-2 pitches
6 times
-3 pitches
7 times or more
Return to the service mode menu selection (no writing to the EEPROM)
After the value is set, the printer returns to the parameter mode selection. Repeat steps 2) and 3)
to adjust the left margin in each parameter mode: "back side of paper fed from the ASF," "front
side of paper fed from the cassette," and "back side of paper fed from the cassette."
4)
After the left margin correction in all the parameter modes is completed, press the Resume/Cancel
button 4 times or more in the parameter mode selection, then press the Power button to return to
the service mode menu selection.
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Left margin correction
START
Start of duplex printing from the
ASF and cassette (key entry)
Yes
Press the Resume/Cancel button
"L" times, then press the Power
button to fix the selection.
L=0
No
No (N >= 2)
L=1
Yes
Duplex printing from the
ASF and cassette
Printing is performed according to
the current correction values in the
EEPROM.
Parameter mode
selection (key entry)
Press the Resume/Cancel button
"M" times, then press the Power
button to fix the selection.
Yes
M=0
No
M=1
Yes
ASF, back side
of paper
No
M=2
Yes
Cassette, front
side of paper
Press the Resume/Cancel
button "N" times, then press
the Power button to fix the
selection.
No
M=3
Yes
Cassette, back
side of paper
No (N >= 4)
Selection of the left margin
correction value (key entry)
N=0
Writing of the correction
value to the EEPROM
Yes
No
1 <= N <= 6
Yes
Setting of the selected
left margin correction
value
No (N >= 7)
No writing to
the EEPROM.
END
No writing to the EEPROM.
Key entry (number of times the button is pressed):
0 times:
The previous entry was wrong. Return to the
previous step.
Specified number:
Set the specified value.
Over the specified number:
Exit the left margin correction mode.
Before writing to the EEPROM, values in the RAM
area can be overwritten by using key entry.
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Duplex printing from
the ASF and cassette
START
Paper source:
Paper type:
Print quality:
Single-sided printing
Print data:
Print quantity:
Paper source:
Paper type:
Print quality:
Duplex printing
Print data:
Print quantity:
Paper source:
Paper type:
Print quality:
Single-sided printing
Print data:
Print quantity:
Paper source:
Paper type:
Print quality:
Duplex printing
Print data:
Print quantity:
ASF
Plain paper
Standard (Custom 3)
No data (blank)
1 sheet (1 page)
ASF
Plain paper
Standard (Custom 3)
- No data (blank) on the front side
- Shipment inspection pattern 2 on the back side
1 sheet (1 page)
Cassette
Plain paper
Standard (Custom 3)
No data (blank)
1 sheet (1 page)
Cassette
Plain paper
Standard (Custom 3)
Shipment inspection pattern 2 on both sides of
paper
1 sheet (2 pages)
END
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6.
EXTERNAL VIEW / PARTS LIST
Service Parts
Available Parts
<Japan> Parts specified in Service Plan, Parts Catalog, and Service
Information bulletins
Parts for refurbishment*1 and electrical custom parts listed in
Service Plan are available only in 2 order windows.
<Asia> Parts specified in Service Plan and in the Simplified Service
Manual*2, and parts for refurbishment*1
<Others> Parts specified in Service Plan, and parts for refurbishment*1
*1: Parts for refurbishment are listed in Service Plan. They can be ordered at
any time during production.
*2: For regions other than Japan and Asia, parts for Asia specified in the
Simplified Service Manual can be ordered 2 times, at the start and end of
production, when necessary.
Supply Period
<Japan> During production, and for 5 years after discontinuance of
production.
This is not applicable to the refurbishment parts and electrical
custom parts.
<Others> During production, and for 2 years after discontinuance of
production (except the printer head, whose supply period is 5
years after discontinuance).
This is not applicable to the refurbishment parts.
Final Order
<Japan> Service parts can be ordered until an inquiry of final order (YFI)
is made by Canon Inc. to CMJ in the 5th year after
discontinuance of production.
<Others> Service parts can be ordered until an inquiry of final order (YFI)
is made by Canon Inc. to each sales company at
discontinuance of production. (For the print head, the YFI will
be made in the 5th year after discontinuance of production.)
Stock Date
SENSO Parts, Starter Parts: From August 25, 2006
Other parts:
From November 27, 2006
Repair by Canon Inc. Not available. (No repair is conducted by Canon Inc.)
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FIGURE 1 PRINTER & PRINT HEAD
FIGURE &
KEY No.
1-
PART NUMBER
RANK QTY
DESCRIPTION
REMARKS
1
QM2-3892-000
1
CASSETTE UNIT
2
QC2-1925-000
1
COVER, CASSETTE
3
QA4-1117-000
1
TRAY, CD SUB
W/ CDR PRINTING
4
QL2-1449-000
1
CDR TRAY ASS'Y
W/ CDR PRINTING
5
QY6-0061-000
1
PRINT HEAD
6
QK1-0278-000
1
CORD, POWER
100V-120V(US, CA)
QK1-0279-000
1
CORD, POWER
220V-240V(EUM, EMB, ASA)
QK1-0286-000
1
CORD, POWER
100V-120V(JP)
QK1-1061-000
1
CORD, POWER
220V-240V(AU)
QK1-1903-000
1
CORD, POWER
120V-240V(LAM)
QK1-2017-000
1
CORD, POWER
100V-120V(TW)
WT3-5156-000
1
CORD, POWER
220V-240V(GB, HK)
WT3-5160-000
1
CORD, POWER
220V-240V(KR)
WT3-5182-000
1
CORD, POWER
220V-240V(CN)
FIGURE 11 OPTION & CONSUMABLES
FIGURE &
KEY No.
11 -
1
2
PART NUMBER
RANK QTY
DESCRIPTION
REMARKS
NPN
1
BLACK INK TANK BCI-9BK
CONSUMABLES
NPN
1
BLACK INK TANK BCI-7eBK
CONSUMABLES
NPN
1
YELLOW INK TANK BCI7eY
CONSUMABLES
NPN
1
MAGENTA INK TANK BCI-7eM
CONSUMABLES
NPN
1
CYAN INK TANK BCI-7eC
CONSUMABLES
NPN
1
BLACK INK TANK PGI-5BK
CONSUMABLES
NPN
1
BLACK INK TANK CLI-8BK
CONSUMABLES
NPN
1
YELLOW INK TANK CLI-8Y
CONSUMABLES
NPN
1
MAGENTA INK TANK CLI-8M
CONSUMABLES
NPN
1
CYAN INK TANK CLI-8C
CONSUMABLES
7.
7-1.
TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART
Printer Main Unit Troubleshooting Flowchart (how to confirm printer operation at
refurbishment)
Power ON in the
service mode
Service Call
Error?
Refer to 5. SERVICE MODE
for printing method.
Yes
No
Open access cover,
and install print head
Service Call
Error?
Yes
No
Service test print
Correct?
Yes
<Service test print check items>
(Refer to the attached print sample.)
Refer to 5. SERVICE MODE
for printing method.
1. Non-ejection of ink:
2. Top of form:
3. Straight line:
4. Halftone:
No
Replace print head and
perform service test print
Correct?
No
Yes
Ink absorber
counter less than
7%?
No
Yes
Initialize EEPROM
Power OFF
Defective
Normal
Follow the refurbishment completion
procedures*1 (power-on and -off) to return
the printer to the default shipment settings.
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Yes
Off the paper
Not connected
Lines / uneven density
NG
NG
NG
NG
*1:
Refurbishment completion procedures:
At end of refurbishment of normal printers, set the printer to the default shipment conditions (with
the carriage locked in the home position, and the paper lifting plate in the raised position),
following the steps below.
(1) Install the print head, and while pressing and holding the Power button, connect the AC
plug.
(2) After the Power LED lights in green, with the Power button still pressed, press and release
the Resume/Cancel button 2 times, and release the Power button.
Resume/Cancel button pressing Alarm LED
Power LED
First time
Lights in orange. Turns off.
Second time
Turns off.
Lights in green.
(3) Open the front door and access cover.
The carriage moves to the print head
replacement position.
(The Power LED blinks in green.)
(4) Remove the print head.
(The Power LED blinks in green.)
(5) Press the Power button.
(The Power LED lights in green.)
(6) Close the front door.
(The Power LED blinks in green, then turns off.)
(7) Close the access cover.
(8) Remove the power cord.
(9) Pack the printer.
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7-2.
Print Head Troubleshooting Flowchart (print head operation confirmation)
Connect to printer
Nozzle check pattern printing
Yes
Correct?
No
Print head cleaning
Nozzle check pattern printing
Yes
Correct?
No
Print head deep cleaning
Nozzle check pattern printing
Correct?
Yes
No
Print head deep cleaning
Nozzle check pattern printing
Correct?
Yes
No
Replace ink tanks
Nozzle check pattern printing
Correct?
Yes
No
Normal
Defective
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8.
SPECIAL NOTES ON SERVICING
This section describes the procedures for transporting the printer for returning after repair, etc.
1)
In the service mode, press the Power button to finish the mode, and confirm that the paper lifting
plate of the sheet feed unit is raised.
2)
Keep the print head and ink tanks installed in the carriage. (See Caution (i) below.)
3)
Turn off the printer to securely lock the carriage in the home position. (When the printer is turned
off, the carriage is automatically locked in place.) (See Caution (ii) below.)
Caution:
(i)
If the print head is removed from the printer and left alone by itself, ink (especially the
pigment black ink) is likely to dry. For this reason, keep the print head installed in the
printer even during transportation.
(ii) Securely lock the carriage in the home position, to prevent the carriage from moving
and applying stress to the carriage flexible cable, or causing ink leakage, during
transportation.
Memo:
If the print head must be removed from the printer and transported alone, perform the
following:
a) Attach the protective cap (used when the packing was opened) to the print head (to
protect the print head face from damage due to shocks).
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9.
9-1.
PRODUCT TECHNICAL INFORMATION
FAQ (Problems specific to the iP4300 and corrective actions)
No. Rank Function
Condition
Cause
1
C
Paper Paper feeding problems
feeding - Jam
- Skewed paper feeding
Phenomenon
- Low temperature and low
humidity environment
- Paper feeding from the cassette
- Round-trip postcard
Due to curl of a round-trip postcard in
the low temperature and low humidity
environment, the paper return tab of the
U-turn path opposite to the home
position may not completely return to the
original position before the postcard is
picked up. In this way, the postcard is
skewed at the home position side,
resulting in skewed paper feeding or
jam.
2
C
Print Skewed paper feeding (at
results the level of +/- 1%)
- Paper feeding from the ASF
- Credit Card size
Since coaxial tolerance between the
- Align the paper guide to the
pinch roller and the LF roller, which
paper edge tighter than usual.
determines the paper feed alignment, is
0.2mm, skewed paper feeding can
occur. However, according to the field
data of current models, the skewness
level caused by the coaxial tolerance of
0.2mm is within the criteria of +/- 1%,
thus the phenomenon is left as is.
3
A
Print Soiling on the back side of
results paper (lines or streaks
parallel to the paper feed
direction)
- After continuous borderless
printing of small sized paper
(such as 4 x 6), when a larger
sized paper (such as A4) is
printed.
- With Photo Paper Plus Double
Sided or postcards, the
phenomenon is likely to be
noticeable and to be complained
of by users, as printing is
performed on both sides of such
paper.
In borderless printing, printing is
1. Perform Bottom plate cleaning - Paper gets smeared.
performed to the size slightly larger than
(from the printer driver) up to 3 - The back side of paper
the paper size, and ink off the paper is
times*1.
gets smeared.
absorbed by the platen's ink absorber. 2. If soiling on the paper still
Absorbed ink may attach to the platen
remains after 3 times of Bottom
rib(s) after several dozen sheets are
plate cleaning, wipe the platen
rib(s) and their surroundings
printed, causing soiling at the leading
edge of paper or on the back side of
with a cotton swab.
paper.
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Corrective action
Possible call or complaint
- Eliminate the curl of the
- Paper jams.
round-trip postcard.
- Paper feeds at an angle.
- Set the round-trip postcard in the
ASF.
- Paper feeds at an angle.
- A margin appears on
printouts.
(9-1.
FAQ cont'd)
No. Rank Function
4
B
Phenomenon
Print Soiling on paper in
results automatic duplex printing
(lines or streaks
perpendicular to the paper
feed direction)
Condition
Cause
- Automatic duplex printing (Photo On the rib(s) inside the sheet feed unit
Paper Plus Double Sided,
used for duplex printing, ink mist may
postcards, plain paper)
accumulate, smearing paper.
Corrective action
Possible call or complaint
Temporary operational
- Paper gets smeared.
solution:
- The back side of paper
Cancel automatic duplex printing, gets smeared.
and manually print each side of
- Even after Bottom plate
paper.
cleaning was performed,
and the platen ribs were
Cleaning by user:
cleaned with cotton swab,
1. Perform Bottom plate cleaning paper gets smeared.
(from the printer driver) up to 3
times*1.
2. If soiling on the paper still
remains after 3 times of Bottom
plate cleaning, wipe the platen
rib(s) and their surroundings
with a cotton swab.
If the phenomenon persists after
conducting 1 and 2, servicing is
required.
Service:
Wipe any soiling or dirt off from
the sheet feed unit and the bottom
case unit ribs*2.
5
C
Print Scratches on paper
results
- PP-101D, PP-101, PR-101,
Scratches on the PF return lever due to - Change the paper feeding
SG-101, etc.
paper feeding from the cassette, and
method from the cassette to the
- Paper feeding from the cassette duplex printing path.
auto sheet feeder.
- If automatic duplex printing is
performed, cancel it, and, by
setting only a single sheet of
paper in the auto sheet feeder,
manually print each side of
paper.
- PP-101D, PP-101, PR-101,
SG-101, etc.
- Paper feeding from the ASF
- Multiple number of sheets loaded
When multiple sheets of paper are set, Set only a single sheet of paper in
the back side of paper being picked up the auto sheet feeder.
scratches the front side of paper
beneath (especially where the paper
feed rollers contact when picking up the
paper).
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- Paper is scratched.
- Marks appear on printed
paper.
(9-1.
FAQ cont'd)
No. Rank Function
Phenomenon
Condition
Cause
Corrective action
6
C
Print Soiling on paper
results
The printer has been used for a
long period of time with the ASF
cover closed before printing is
performed using the ASF.
Due to ink mist attached to the ASF
Clean the ASF sub-rollers (see *3
sub-pick-up rollers.
for details.)
If printing is done from the cassette with
the ASF cover closed, ink mist is kept
inside the printer, attaching to the ASF
sub-pick-up rollers.
Since the sub-rollers usually do not
contact the paper, ink mist can easily
accumulate, especially during printing
on small-sized paper which never
contacts the sub-rollers.
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B
Print - Skewed paper feeding
results
- SG-101
- Paper feeding from the ASF
- 10 sheets (max.) set in the ASF
When 10 sheets of paper are set in the - Straighten the paper.
ASF, and if they warp significantly, the - Set 5 or less sheets of paper in
warping portions of paper get over the
the ASF.
cover guide, not being aligned along the
guide properly.
*1:
*2:
Change the paper in each Bottom plate cleaning. The cleaning can end when paper does not get any soiling.
Locations to clean in servicing when soiling on paper in automatic duplex printing persists:
*3:
How to prepare and set the ASF sub-roller cleaning sheet:
1) Fold a sheet of plain paper lengthwise in half.
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Possible call or complaint
- Paper feeds at an angle.
- A margin appears on
printouts.
2)
Fold the paper at approx. 60 mm from the end, and fold the folded end in half backward, as shown below.
3)
Moisten the folded end portion (indicated by the blue circle in the figure below) using a wipe, and set the paper in the ASF so that the moistened edge of the paper contacts the 2
sub-rollers. Then, fold the other end of the paper along the ASF cover edge to hook the paper to the ASF cover, as shown below.
4)
Press and hold the Resume/Cancel button until the Power LED blinks 3 times, then release the button to perform the paper feed roller cleaning.
Rank:
A:
B:
C:
The symptom is likely to occur frequently. (Caution required)
The symptom may occur under certain conditions, but likeliness is assumed very low in practical usage.
The symptom is unlikely to be recognized by the user, and no practical issues are assumed.
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9-2.
New Technologies
(1) Print speed
By adopting longer nozzles, higher print speed has been achieved.
Photo (“4x6”) *1
Camera Direct*2
PP-101/Standard/Borderless:
4"x6" borderless
For reference:
Bk text (Plain paper/Fine pattern)
Max Speed (Custom Setting 5)
Standard
Color (Plain paper/Fine pattern)
Max Speed (Custom Setting 5)
Standard
Approx. 36 sec.
Approx.101 sec
: 30ppm
: 14.8ppm
: 24ppm
: 11.6ppm
*1:
Based on Canon standard pattern. Print speed may vary depending on
System configuration, interface, software, document complexity, print mode,
page coverage, type of paper used and does not take into account data
processing time on host computer.
*2:
When printing a 6 megapixel image taken by certain Canon digital camera
from PictBridge on default settings using Photo Paper Plus Glossy without
border.
Actual print speed may vary depending on image data, print mode, type of
paper used and device that the printer is connected to.
Note:
Notations for the Americas should be confirmed with the related marketing section
of each sales company in the Americas.
(2) Design
With the silver frame holding the main body from the bottom, the iP4300 wears a stately look in a
fresh design.
The square form makes the printer look more compact and shorter in height.
(3) DVD / CD print function supported in Canada and Latin models
DVD / CD print function is now available in the CA and LAM models as well as other models (except
the US and KR ones).
(4) Remaining ink amount indication sequence in 2006 products
In previous models, indication of the remaining ink amount differs between the individual ink tank
system and the FINE cartridge system.
In the 2006 models, the unified specifications have been adopted.
Major changes from the 2005 models:
- In Direct printing, printing will not be suspended at "Low Ink" indication. (Printing will start without a
click by a user at the "Low Ink" message.)
- The remaining ink status will be indicated by the following 4 levels:
Low:
No raw ink is detected by the optical method.
(From this point, the remaining ink amount will be determined by the dot count.)
Out:
No ink remains according to the dot count.
A warning will be displayed to indicate that ink may have run out.
Empty:
No raw ink is detected by the optical method, and the dot count value exceeds the
threshold of complete exhaustion of ink.
A warning will be displayed to indicate that ink has run out.
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Unknown:
By pressing and holding the Resume/Cancel button for 5 seconds or longer, the
function to detect the remaining ink amount can be disabled.
Raw ink remains, but the dot count value exceeds the threshold of complete
exhaustion of ink.
By pressing and holding the Resume/Cancel button for 5 seconds or longer, the
function to detect the remaining ink amount can be disabled.
The remaining ink amount will be checked at any of the following timings:
- At the end of paper ejection*1
- At the end of print head cleaning
- At the end of initialization
- At the end of the following operation:
Cover open => Ink tank removal and installation => Cover close
- In duplex printing, at the end of paper ejection after printing on the back side of paper*1
*1:
Not every paper ejection. Only after the dot count exceeds the specified value.
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APPENDIX 1:
SERVICE TEST PRINT
<EEPROM information contents>
On the service test print (sample below), confirm the EEPROM information as shown below.
Top area:
iP4300:
Vx.xx:
D = xxx.x:
USB (xxxxxx):
Model name
ROM version
Ink absorber counter value (%)
USB serial number
Middle area:
JPN:
Destination
Bottom area:
FA = xx xx xx:
CDR (+xxxxx, +yyyyy):
CDRS = (xxxx):
Temp. = xxx:
AB (K = OK Y = ...):
Reserved for plant use
CD / DVD sensor position correction value
CDR sensor correction value
Internal temperature
Ink system check result
Note: For the ink amount in the ink absorber, confirm it in the EEPROM information print.
<Print check items>
On the service test print (sample below), confirm the following items:
- Check 1:
Top of form accuracy, skewed paper feeding, left margin, and carriage accuracy
(outermost)
- Check 2:
EEPROM information
- Check 3:
Check pattern for horizontal dot mis-alignment
All ink shall be ejected.
- Check 4:
Check pattern for uneven printing due to uneven line feeding
There shall be no remarkable streaks or unevenness.
- Check 5:
Destination
- Check 6:
LF correction value:
The value selected in the LF correction is printed in cyan.
- Check 7:
Check pattern for LF correction (the check pattern selected in the LF correction)
- Check 8:
Check pattern for uneven printing due to carriage movement (9600 dpi mode)
There shall be no remarkable unevenness.
- Check 9:
Check pattern for uneven printing due to carriage movement (1200 dpi mode)
There shall be no remarkable unevenness.
- Check 10: Check pattern for straight line accuracy
There shall be no remarkable dot mis-alignment on a line.
- Check 11: CD / DVD sensor and automatic print head alignment sensor correction
The result shall be OK.
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<Service test print sample>
Check 1
Check 2
Check 3
Check 4
Check 5
Check 6
Check 7
Check 8
Check 9
Check 10
Check 2
Check 11
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APPENDIX 2:
EEPROM INFORMATION PRINT
<How to read EEPROM information print>
Print sample:
iP4300 JPN V1.00 ST=2006/05/27-18:30 LPT=2006/06/09-09:09
ER(ER0=1000 ER1=5100) P_ON(S=00009) MSD(015)
IF(USB1=0) PC(M=002 R=000 T=001 D=009 C=009)
D=004.5
TPAGE=00216
CLT(BK=2006/05/29-18:30 CL=2006/05/30-18:30)
CH=002 CT(PBK=001 BK=001 Y=002 M=001 C=001)
IS(PBK=1 BK=0 Y=1 M=1 C=1)
A_REG=1
M_REG=0
UR(A(BKoe)=000 B(Coe)=000 C(SCoe)=000 D(CLbi)=000 E(SCLbi)=000 F(C-SC)=000
G(BK-CL)=000 H(BKbiPP)=000 I(CLbiPP)=000 J(SCLbiPP)=000
K(NZctr)=000 L(NZedge)=000 M(CLbiHiReso)=000 N=(SCLbiHiReso)=000
CDIN(PB=000 OPB=000)
PAGE(All=00083 PP=00035 HR+MP=00003 PR+SP+SG =00000 GP =00000 PC=00000 EV=00000)
UCPAGE(All=00083 PP=00035 HR+MP=00003 PR+SP+SG =00000 GP =00000 PC=00000 EV=00000)
BPPAGE(All=00083 BPSP=00003 PC=00000)
CDPAGE(All=00000)
EDGE=00083 L=00000 CDR=00000
CDRP=(-00005,-00029) CDRS=(0101) LF=0 LM=(ASF_R:00 UT_F:00 UT_R:00)
INK_OFF(PBK=0 BK=0 Y=0 M=0 C=0)
Head TempBK=34.5 Head TempC=30.5 Env Temp=27.0
Printed items:
1. Model name
2. Destination
3. ROM version
4. Installation date
5. Last printing time
6. Operator call/service call error record
7. Power-on count (soft)
8. Longest period where
printing stops (days)
9. Connected I/F (USB1) 10. Purging count (manual/deep cleaning/timer/dot count/ink tank
replacement)
11. Ink amount in the ink absorber
12. Total print pages (TPAGE = total page)
13. Cleaning time (BK/CL)
14. Print head replacement count
15. Ink tank replacement count (PhotoBK/PigBK/Y/M/C)
16. Ink status (PhotoBK/PigBK/Y/M/C) => 0 (High) / 1 (Middle) / 2 (Low) / 3 (Empty)
17. Automatic print head alignment by user
18. Manual print head alignment by user
19. User print head alignment values
(BKoe/Coe/SCoe//CLbi/SCLbi/C-SC/BK-CL/BKbiPP/CLbiPP/SCLbiPP/NZctr/NZedge/CLbiHiReso/
SCLbiHiReso)
20. Camera Direct Print-supported device connection record (PB = Canon PictBridge-supported
camera, OPB = Other PictBridge-supported camera)
21. ASF feed pages (total, plain paper, High Resolution Paper & Matte Photo Paper, Photo Paper
Pro & Photo Paper Plus Glossy & Photo Paper Plus Semi-gloss, Glossy Photo Paper, postcard,
envelope)
22. U-turn cassette feed pages (total, plain paper, High Resolution Paper & Matte Photo Paper,
Photo Paper Pro & Photo Paper Plus Glossy & Photo Paper Plus Semi-gloss, Glossy Photo Paper,
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postcard, envelope)
23. Auto duplex print pages (total, Photo Paper Plus Double Sided, postcard)
24. Camera Direct print pages (total)
25. Borderless print pages (total)
26. 4x6 print pages
27. Number of CDs and DVDs printed
28. CD / DVD print position adjustment value 29. CD / DVD sensor correction value
30. LF
correction value
31. Left margin correction value (ASF back side, U-turn front side, U-turn back
side)
32. Disabling of the remaining ink amount detection function (0 = never disabled, 1 = disabled)
33. Print head temperature (BK/CL)
34. Internal temperature
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