Question about Canon Pixma iP6600D InkJet Photo Printer
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Posted on May 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: canon ink cartridges reset chip
Have not found a chip reset device, but there is this German device selling on ebay which seems to disable the whole chip mess. Do a Google search for this: CANON-PIXMA-CHIP-REVOLUTION. They have sold a lot of these and many people seem happy, but some people are not thrilled with it. I haven't tried it.
Posted on Dec 08, 2007
multifunctional device - deactivation of the ink level counter
1. You can do it only when the printer counter releases the warning message - "the ink cartridge is nearly empty" = yellow warning mark
2. You have to do this procedure four times - for every cartridge one times
3. At the screen you will see three warning messages
- for the first one press "OK"
- for the second and third one press "Yes"
4. The fourth message tells you that you can do the ink level counter deactivation by pressing the "Stop/Reset" button (7) for more than 5 seconds. Do it.
Later you can see another type of warning message at the screen:
In this case you can not follow the previous procedure - there will not be any other warning messages.
Just follow the message on the screen and press the "OK" button (5) and you can print.
Unfortunately - I do not know for how long time it works.
You have to manualy check the ink level and refill (change) the cartridge before it is completely empty! You might brake your warranty!
When you insert the new original ink cartridge, the counter will work properly again.
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
You can try www.lasertechgroup.com their cartridges come with the chip and are more reasonably priced than the Canon originals. I've seen chip resetters in the shops but not yey one for this printer.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
I've had the same problem. The answer is annoyingly straightforward and I found it on the Canon website but udner the wrong FAQ. On the left front of the printer there are 2 buttons, one above the other. The top one is the 'on' button. The 'resume' button is the button underneath this. Hold this down for 15/20 seconds, leave it and then the cartridge will start working and you can start printing.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
I believe you have to press resume to get the non chipped carts to work.At this time there ar no resets available other than the resume.
You will void your warranty.
Call Canon and tell them the printer is not working and take advantage of your 1 year warranty and only use Canon inks from now on or until reset is available.
If you want you can mention that you USED non Canon ink.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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