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Canon MP610 ink refill

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please tell me how to reset the canon mp610 printer ink level after ink refilled and without using the chip resetter?
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Without the resetter it will continue to give error codes, holding the resume button for 5-10 seconds sometimes will turn off ink level reporting, but you either need the resetter or to purchase and install reset circuit boards on each cartridge you refill.

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You can do a factory reset on the printer, follow the steps here on How to reset Canon mp610. It's difficult to have problems with ink as it is a bit expensive but I hope it will work for you too.

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    You can do a factory reset on the printer, follow the steps here on How to reset Canon mp610. It's difficult to have problems with ink as it is a bit expensive but I hope it will work for you too.

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