Question about Canon PIXMA iP1800 InkJet Photo Printer
My printer appears ink has run out but they already full..the ink doesnt recognized by the printer..what can i do about it...please help me i really need an answer..please i really need it so badly....i hope you can answer my question....
Are you using compatible or OEM cartridges? The printer depends on a chip on original cartridges to set ink levels, most all compatible cartridges don't have the chip and the levels will not reset. If using compatible cartridges is the orange light flashing?
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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ink reservoir doesnt have to be completely empty to fail. Replace the
cartridges. Some of the jets or all of them may be clogged especially if you
have not used your printer in a while. If there are cleaning instructions in
the manual clean the jets and then try to print from the printer's self test
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