Question about Canon PIXMA MP600 all-In-One InkJet Printer

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Out of ink, but can't scan?

I ran out of black ink, but all i wanna do right now is scan some documents.  but when the printer is turned on i can't get passed the 'out of ink' screen.  how do i bypass this to get to the menu so i can copy and scan?

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  • scratchpatch Dec 03, 2008

    WOW, thank you andrea!!! i actually called canon customer service and they told me it was impossible to use the printer for ANYTHING until i replace the ink.  so they were wrong and you were right, ahahhhah!!!!!  THANKS so much for helping me!


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Hi Scratchpatch,
My husband and I have just had the same problem. If you make sure all the ink cartridges are still in there, empty or not, and then press the Stop/Reset/Cancel button for 5 seconds it will take you back on to the main menu. this button is located in the middleish right of the button pad and is the only red coloured button on there. I hope this helps!!!

Posted on Dec 03, 2008

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    oneilsc Feb 07, 2012

    WOW, just worked for my Canon Pixma MP970. Unbeleiveable !!!!

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I pressed 'stop+OK' on my canon pixma Mp620 for scan to work when ink ran out.

Posted on May 21, 2012

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Stop and ok for mg5220

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