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Canon Pixma iP1600 Printer problem

Hi - My printer boots up and the green light flashes as though ready to print, then it reverts to the reset status, and the orange light flashes a couple of times. It then goes back to being ready, then goes reset....etc...etc. When trying to print the printer paper jam text box comes up, but there is no jam! Can you help? i have pixma ip1700, that have trouble i was fixed error but still error with command status "user invitation required " can you help me may you've solution thanks...
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This is the service error download canon chip resetter utility, then reset your printer , download IP resetter utility

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Hi there
You can try this it some times works.

Super Canon User's method of resetting IP1600
1.Press Resume button hold for 1 - 2 minutes (count to 1 to 15-16)
2.Open the cover right away
3.Release Both cartridges out and then put cartridges them back again
4.Close The Cover
5.Turn Off Then Turn On again.

You can download the Resetter tools program from my website.

Click Link = http://www.4all2sell.com/reset-tools/ip1600st-RESETTER-TOOLS.zip
1. Download software for Canon iP1200, iP1600, 2200 Printers.
2. Unzip downloaded file by etc
3. Run GeneralTool.exe
4. Select the connected USB port number from USB PORT
5. Click LOCK RELEASE, and select the applicable model name in SET DESTINATION
6. In CLEAR WASTE INK COUNTER, select MAIN or PLATEN. The selected waste ink counter will be reset. MAIN resets the main waste ink counter, PLATEN resets the platen waste ink counter.
If both the main and platen waste ink absorbers are replaced, reset both the main and platen waste ink counters.
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Hi there
You can try this it some times works.

Super Canon User's method of resetting IP1600
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Please call back to vote
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