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I am getting a message in the lcd screen that reads "recommend new c-crt". what does this refer to?

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  • 1216bandit Sep 30, 2008

    Thanx very much for the reply....I searched in the manual but didnt see anything! We have not done very much color printing and that is the last thing I would have suspected, but I guess with all the colors in one cartridge it would empty quicker than 3 seperate!

  • 1216bandit Oct 02, 2008

    I filled the color ink on the unit which is a canon mx310 and the message "recommend new c-crt" still appears. Is there a way to re set it?

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It means 'recommend new color cartridge'. And since all Canon printers do not have LCD screens, you might receive more meaningful help if you were to identify your model when submitting questions.

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if that doesnt help.... contact canon at the earliest.....
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http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=SupportDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=238&modelid=15603

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so press the "right" arrow key until you get to "Print Document" and press "OK."
Once you are there, press "OK" again and the message "Print 1st page only?" It displays a YES and NO, so hit the left or right arrow key to choose. If you want to print the entire document,
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