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I can not do the reset printer Canon PIXMA mp220 I have replaced the cartridges, but the printer again, how can I do

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This worked for me,

with the printer off, press and hold down the resume button, press power button and hold down, release resume button, without releasing power button press resume button two times,then release both buttons at the same time. press resume button four times then press power to turn off. then restart. good luck

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