It should be pretty self explanitory. When you open the cover on the all in one, the ink cartridges will be on the left. Sipmly press down on the very top front of the cartridge, and you should be able to slide it out. To put the new one in, simply slide it in, and lift up gently to get it to snap back in place and voila! Now, print a test page from the OS on your computer to make sure everything is alligned properly and that your new cartridges are on their way to a brand new life of printing!
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CLARIFY PLEASE. YOU CLEANED IT ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL, RIGHT? WHAT IS THE PROBLEM WITH THE DISPLAY? WHAT DO YOU NEED HELP WITH, BE SPECIFIC. IS IT UNDER WARRANTY? DO YOU HAVE THE TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE? IS THERE AN ORANGE CODE # IN THE PROBLEM BOX? YOU CAN ALWAYS CALL CANON DIRECT.
Most of the time I have seen this issue because the safety strip has not been fully removed from the bottom of the cartridge, or the cartridge is not fully snapped into place. check the bottom of the new cartridge for any blockage or safety strip remains and the snap it back into place.
Lift top lid, then scanner plate. Cartidges should automatically move to position. Gently push down on front of old cartridge to release it. Peel plastic tab frm back of new one(s). Put new cartridge in with front at downard angle. Lift front until new one snaps into place. Close lids. Hope this helps
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. Free WinZip http://www.winzip.com/downwz.htm
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you need to replace the printer head this is easy to do. first take out old ink cartrages. in the ink tray you will see a bulls eye. right above the bulls eye there is a small black tab. push tab to release printerhead.( call kodak at the customer service help line for new printer head they will ship 1 to 2 days) put new printhead in place and gently snap back into place replace with new ink cartrages.
I had the exact problem described and it was the following:
one of the ink cartidges had popped out of place "inside" the printer housing on the right hand side, and was catching as the printer tried to start up.
By using a thin object such as a ruler, I could press the ink cartridge back into place to allow the ink cartidges to come out from the printer side area. Once out I properly reseated the ink and all seems fine.