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I have put in a new black cartridge, however the printer continues to show colour light on when i wish to print in black. also... what is the maintenance button for...and in what situation need one use it?

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  • reneblin Nov 07, 2008

    thank you for the effort. my printer is a Canon Pixma MP210 so perhaps this is not an appropriate site to have my problem solved?

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What is the model of your printer?

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  • sharon ferrer Nov 10, 2008

    hey try this...it might help you....

    http://printer1.blogspot.com/2008/04/res...


    good luck....


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