Question about Canon PIXMA MP130 All-In-One InkJet Printer
My Canon Pixma MP130/110 alarms:
"the waste ink absorber is almost full" how to fix it. There was no instructions in the manual.
Although the instructions posted here are for a different model, the procedure is almost the same for all ink printers. (I used it to fix my HP printer.)
Even if you can't get the ink pads out, you can try to dry them with paper towels.
Important: DO WEAR GLOVES!!! Put plastic bags around your work space. The ink IS evil and will not come off of anything it gets on.
The first time I did it without and it took forever to get my hands clean again.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
To reset waste ink counter:
Press Menu-Scan-Copy-Scan to enter service menu.
Use arrow keys to scroll to "Service menu counter access".
Use arrow keys to scroll to "ABS-M DOT COUNT"
Use arrow keys to reset count to zero.
turn on the printer press menu
press scan, copy, scan to enter service mode
use> to get to nvram
set ABS-M level to 0
Set ABS-P level to 0
Press stop to exit..........Done
I hope this help!
Posted on Jan 15, 2015
SOURCE: Waste ink absorber full
Hi There you can try
How To Reset Waste Ink Canon Pixma MP130
The waste ink take is actually just a felt pad that sits under the printer mechanism inside the case and absorbs the ink from your cleanings.
From what I gather, it’s both a time consuming and expensive proposition to take to Canon to fix.
And they won't tell people how to do it themselves.
Remember of course, you've got to cycle the cleaning process a huge amount of times to get this to occur.
But when it does, there is a fix-it-yourself solution that is both safe and effective for the printer, and free.
You have to be slightly mechanical to do this.
If you you've never used a screwdriver and are all thumbs, but give it a shot or give it to someone halfway coordinated to do this for you.
You may RESET the printer code first if you like or do it after you clean the pad
Here this step by step to resetting waste ink counter printer Canon Pixma MP130
1.You will include printer
2. Press button MENU, then SCAN, COPY and again SCAN - they entered
into the service regime
3. Select NVRAM ACCESS and further BY OK.
4. Select SET Abs- m level and advance value equal to zero
5. Select SET Abs- r level (if there is) and also you will establish into zero
6. You will turn off printer by button POWER.
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All The Best: Pineworks
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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