Question about Canon i9100 InkJet Photo Printer
Every time I spool a print job, the status monitor comes up with the message: The used ink tank is almost full. Press the printer's RESUME button to restart printing. I have never put a used ink tank in and this message never used to come up. Resetting the printing defaults doesn't change it and unplugging the printer doesn't change it. I have to press the resume button to start printing for each page of a single document and if I don't push the resume button at the end of the job I get another error message: An error has occurred while printing the following print job. Click cancel to stop printing. How can I get this to stop and just print jobs normally?
What it means is the tank to collect waste ink (from cleaning etc) is full.
Canon suggest you return ther printer for replacement of the absorbant mat, suggest you scour the web for DIY cures.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
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