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Reset maintenance tank


It should reset itself when you replace the maintenance cartridge. If not go into menu and under maintenance select replace maintenance cartridge and follow the steps on the LCD.

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Hp6310 receiving errors when trying to scan from button on printer?


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Hi,
If you have the HP6310 All-In-One, click on the following link for the diagnostic tool: CLICK HERE
If that didn't solve you problem, click on the following link for the Microsoft diagnostic tool: CLICK HERE
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Ink tank counter reset code for Canon ipf8000


However, you have to perform the reset before the Maintenance Tank is completely full.
Once it is marked full, the printer won't start, even in Service Mode, until you replace the Maintenance Tank. If this happens, you can still reset the tank by inserting a new Maintenance Tank, start in service mode, then put the old cart back in and reset it
1. Start the printer in service mode (hold down Feeder Selection and Information while pressing power. Keep the feeder and information buttons down until you see an "S" in the upper right corner of the LCD.
2. Press "Menu". There will be a new entry called "SERVICE MODE" with a different menu structure and navigation system.
3. Familiarize yourself with the following facts while in this menu:
a. Left and right change the categories.
b. Down and up go into, and out of (respectively) submenus.
c. From what I've read, the service mode is very powerful - lots of opportunities to really mess things up. Be careful.
4. Select "Service Mode" as you normally would, i.e. scroll down, then press OK.
5. Press the right arrow until you see "Initialize".
6. Press the down arrow.
7. Press the right arrow until "W-INK" is displayed. (Note: be sure you select "W-INK" from the "Initialize" choices instead of "W-INK - CHG CNT" which sounds like just the thing, but doesn't work.)
8. Press OK.
9. The display should show "=W-INK" for about half a second, then plain "W-INK".
10. Press up until you get back to the main menu. Press information until the maintenance cartridge capacity is displayed.
11. The maintenance cartridge capacity is now 100% (aka empty).
12. Press and hold Power to turn off your printer.
13. Turn it back on normally.
14. Maintenance cartridge capacity (not usage!) should still be at 100%.

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Push SCAN on my HP6310 and get no scan options


You need scan software running on your computer. It won't scan unless it knows how to scan and where to send the scanned image. The scan options will be on your computer.

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Can't send nor receive faxes w/my HP6310. It says shutting down.


Try to reset the device. # and 3 simualtenusly.
#6 is a partial reset
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Maintenance tank almost full


I opened up my tank under some water flushed everything out of it, put in some sponge, then get a chip re-setter (off ebay for less than £5.00) reset the chip so your back to 100%, done and saved 20 pound each for both tacks each time.

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