Question about Canon PIXMA MP510 All-In-One InkJet Printer
The above is the error message. All inks are full and when I load they all light up as normal, however, when I then close lid, the message appears and the light has gone out.
I assume that it is easy to fix but how?
Try this to turn off ink level checking.
The Scan cover must be closed completely and locked in place. And the ink cartridge must be firmly locked in place as well.
Press and Hold the Stop/Reset button for 6 full seconds and then release it? Use the one Mississippi method of counting.
This will disable ink level checking. The ink level checking doesn't always work well after a while and you can use this to refill your ink tanks as well.
Refilling ink tanks comes with its own risks and is known to not work well at higher altitudes above sea level. The closer to 4,000ft, roughly, the more likely the ink tank is to leak. And, these tanks can only be refilled about three times before the holes in the bubble jet corrode and are out of round. This will show as text that is not crisp to the eye in appearance.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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