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How to Reset The Canon Pixma iP90 PrinterHere is the reset procedure for the Canon iP90 printer, which uses the BCI-15BK, BCI-115C and BCI-16C cartridges. Just follow these step by step instructions, to reset the Canon Pixma iP90 printer
Turn printer OFF.
Press the RESUME button together with the POWER on button.
While pressing POWER on button, RELEASE the RESUME button.
Press RESUME button TWICE then release both buttons.
The green LED indicator will start blinking, then stop.
Wait until the Power LED lights are green, then press the RESUME button 4 times.
Now press POWER button OFF.
Turn printer ON again, your Canon iP90 printer should now respond normally.
If you need to unclog your print head click on next line
Think you need to clean the sponge that the ink cartridges sit on in the head tray they are probably blocked with dry ink. You can remove the print head and tray by lifting the lever and gently lifting it out..... go here http://www.inkjethelper.com/
to see how to carefully clean it with compressed air. I had to do this too.
I think you are using 40/41 or 830/831 cartridge sets. Ink cartridge 41 are now a days found defective, even if it has original company mark. Tell your vendor to replace it with genuine one. Neglect the message "ink volume low". Try to print in gray scale mode avoid colour printing.At least you will be able to get your documents printed.
Did you run cartridge cleaning service from your computer after replacing the cartridges? If not, run cleaning once. If the nozzle check is not clear, there another option for deep cleaning, but i think it will take a lot of ink. Do it for best results. This will work. Are you using photo paper for Photo printing? if so give some time to dry the ink on paper.
First take a smooth cloth or cotton
take a cleaning liquid like spirit, thinner etc., (note - not cleaners)
clean the golden chip with out giving much presser
in the same way clean the other side of the printer also
now test it