09-04-2019 01:53 PM - edited 09-04-2019 02:18 PM
Newbie here, sorry if there's already a board for this but I can't seem to find a match in Search.
My ix6820 is practically new! I put it into service in June and it worked beautifully for the first ~100 pages. Suddenly, in the middle of printing I received an error code that suggested there were two ink cartridges in the same position. Obviously that's not possible - there's only room for one, and I had not changed the cartridges since placed into service. Because I was on a hard timeline for a project I put my other (also Canon) printer back into service. It finally gave me a series of the same type of message. This is insane! Can anyone help?
I've received 1681, 1200, B203 error codes that I can recall.
09-05-2019 11:28 AM
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12-02-2020 12:56 PM
You may be able to print on paper that thick, but it would cause wear on the paper feed rollers and would eventually lead to paper feed/paper jam issues.