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The printer needs to be opened for doing this.the printer is attached through screws and plastic locks.jusr remove the screws and unlock the locks carefully.and replace the old waste ink receptacle with new.

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Waste ink nearly full


Hi and welcome to FixYa!
If the waste ink pad is nearly full you will need to have it replaced or reset the purge counter to get rid of the message. Please be informed that even the message is resetted theres a tendency that the inkpad will overflow and you may find spill at the bottom of the printer.

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http://archive.atomicmpc.com.au/forums.asp?s=2&c=9&t=15478

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waste ink is the container that collects excess ink during cleaning cycles.

mechanicla repair, if you can get your hands on the service manual you can replace it yourself.

otherwise just replace the printer.

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Dear sir,

You clear the EPROM chip. its cant possible at u r home. Better you bring it to service station for cleak ink.

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