Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
1 - Turn on the printer
2 - press MENù SCAN COPY SCAN (it will enter in service mode)
3 - select TEST MODE
4 - Select PRINTER TEST in TEST MODE
5 - Select EPROOM CLEAR
6 - Select INK COUNT
7 - Press OK
8 - Press the STOP/RESET key and then press the ON/OFF key
9 - Change the waste ink absorber in the printer
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
I removed a lot of the ink from the waste ink absorber without taking the printer apart.
I opened the cover, which moved the cartridges to the centre, and then pressed a pad of absorbent paper towel onto the waste ink pads to the right of the cartridges. This absorbed a lot of the ink in the pads and that removed the warning after I changed the colour cartridge (which needed replacement anyway). I did not find the reset, resume or test modes on my Canon Pixma MP110
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
I dont see any waste ink pads inside the printer. What do they look like? Now it stopped also scanning.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
ON COMMENTS TO BEST SOLUTION.
Used cotton ear buds to take excess ink out of pad, then copied the instructions in "comments to best solution". Brilliant.
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
Why this problem 'Canon pixma MP110 waste ink absorber' will appear?
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
Canon mp110 absorbed all the ink as comment above with kitchen towl
go into service mode as commented above(NOV 7) works perfect good as new
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
Here this step by step to resetting waste ink counter printer Canon Pixma MP130
1. You will include printer.
2. Press button MENU, then SCAN, COPY and again SCAN - they entered
3. Into the service regime
4. Select NVRAM ACCESS and further BY OK.
5. Select SET Abs- m level and advance value equal to zero.
6. Select SET Abs- r level (if there is) and also you will establish into zero
7. You will turn off printer by button POWER
Some time of other you will need to clean out the inkpads that are in the printer or it will in time leak the ink out.
Please come back and just gave a vote, it will gave me some satisfaction to know am helping some one so I will keep on helping.
All The Best: Pineworks
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
Well, at some point you will need to either replace or wash the absorber pads in the printer - but you can reset the warning as follows:
1) Turn the printer off
2) Press and hold the <resume>button
3) Press and hold the <power> button
4) While holding down <power> release <resume>
5) With the power button still held down, press <resume> twice more
6) Release the power button
7) Press and release the <resume> button 4 times
8) Press and release the <power> button twice
At this point, the printer should come back online with the waste ink warning reset
Personally, I would only do this once before actually changing the ink absorber pad...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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