When you face printer error 6000, the following message will be displayed: “6000 printer error has occurred. Turn the printer off and then click back on again. If there is still a problem, see the manual.
There are a lot of reasons for this error. Here are some of the possible reasons that result in printer error 6000: –
Foreign objects, such as dust particles, bits of paper, pins, stickers, or other purposes, block the proper opening of the paper feed tray. Because of the jam, the printer displays the error 6000.
If the paper feed tray is not correctly fitted into the printer, the error code may show up.
When you accidentally send several print commands at the same time, there is a probability that the paper will be stuck in the feed.
When the printers are surrounded by several other documents that prevent the printer fans from properly ventilating, this may cause the 6000 error.
There is a malfunction in the printer’s in-line feed slot or sensor panel.
Despite having several possible reasons, the most common cause of error 6000 on your printer is that paper or foreign objects are stuck in the input tray. So, follow the steps below to learn how to fix canon printer error 6000.
Step 1: Reset the printer. Most of the time, when you face error 6000, just restarting a printer is enough to solve the problem. To reset your printer, unplug the printer first. After you unplugged, it, wait a couple of seconds before you plug it again. Turn to your printer and expect it until it is working.
Now press and hold the “Power” button for a few seconds. After a couple of seconds, press the “Stop” button twice. Repeat this 2 to 3 times. Push the power button slowly until you activate it.
Press the “Stop” button four times for the last step. Doing these operations is sure to fix your problem. If not, then try the following one.
Step 2: Clean the paper feed tray. Open your printer lid and find the paper feed tray. Remove all the paper from the tray. Look inside the paper tray for torn pieces of paper or clips that may be stuck inside.
These foreign objects prevent the smooth processing of the paper. After all, papers have been removed, try disassembling the paper tray. If the tray can be removed, properly reinstall it so that the fit is tight and correct. If not, make sure it is correctly installed. Come back all of the papers and restart the printer. This is expected to solve your 6000 error.
If you are still unable to understand how to resolve Canon Print Error 6000, you can write to the Customer Service Team to assist you with any further queries. Just tell them everything that you have tried, and they will guide you for the next steps that you need to perform.