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Old Apr 23, 2006, 1:03 PM   #31
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This is back of the same tray. It's not the highest dpi scan available but at the very least it's a flatbed scan.
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Old May 11, 2006, 8:52 PM   #32
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Sorry I haven't posted sooner, I have some ugly stuff going on in my personal life and I haven't been able to devote much time to this project. I did manage to open up the unit, remove the circuit board and find an empty spot for a connector that had the letters TS (tray sensor?) in the silkscreened reference number. I solderedup an external switch between the two solder pads, reassembled the printer and [crap] the switch made no difference. With the printer apart again and the circuit board out, I verified that the pads were connected to other circuit traces (sometimes it is possible to accidentally destroy a solder pad while soldering to it). So, it looks like unless I can find a schematic for this printer I am out of luck. Just so you all know that I am not making this up, I have attached a photo of my printer with the attachments in place. I downloaded a "service manual" that provided lots of information, but no schematics. If anyone has access to i960 circuit board schematics, please let me know and I'll let you know how to send them to me.

I think I have taken this about as far as I can go without additional information.
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Old Jul 5, 2006, 9:48 PM   #33
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So I went out and bought an Epson R22 for $95 and can finally print CDs/DVDs. Canon is really missing the boat.
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Old Apr 19, 2010, 9:40 AM   #34
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Hi all.
As a Canon servicer, I can tell you a couple things;

1.) Canon does not support CD printing on any of their inkjet printers in the USA market. Seems there is some reason that it may somehow be copyright issues that Canon would like not to get involved with.

2.) Canon does not make schematics of their inkjet product available, not even to the authorized servicers (which I am).

Before you ask, no, I do not know the necessary steps to convert the i960 to the i965. That is something that I have myself been trying to discover as I would like to convert my i960. Canon does not share those details even with us.
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