Question about Canon PIXMA iP1800 InkJet Photo Printer
Canon ip 1800
says ink has run out
how to disable ink counter
Here's how to reset the printer so it doesn't give you the out-of-ink message: 1) Hold down the flashing yellow RESUME button for almost 1 minute 2) Open the cover 3) Release the cartridge(s) (#30 is black, #31 is color), and then reinstall cartridge(s). Close cover. 4) Turn printer OFF (I had to wait and try this numerous times as green light was flashing & it wouldn't shut off. Wait, then press OFF again. ) 5) Turn printer back ON, and cheer when it prints.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
The fact is that you there is no ink counter in this machine. It is simply the fact that the refill ink is faulty as many of them are. I don't mean to be cheeky, but try putting a genuine cartridge in your printer. You will do your prints and the printer a huge favor and at the same time save your self a mess of head aches. As a canon technician, I can tell you that yours is a very comon story amoung those who choose to use non genuine cartridges, and the fact is that you are really not saving a whole hell of a lot of money by using refills.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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