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Supported OS: Windows 98 / ME / 2000 / XP (J/E version) : QY9-0069
Distribution method: Provided by SSIS (Download “ iP1300 Service Tool” from software
download in SSIS.)

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Plz solve me problem\r\nmy canon ip1300 printer absorber is problem


This mayclear the ink absorber problem.There is ink absorbers located at both ends ofthe printer where the ink head move.
To dry the ink absorber, power up the printer and open the cover so the inkcartridges and print head will move to the middle of the printer.
Then take several sheets of absorbent tissue, fold it into a pad and place itinside the printer over the ink absorber on the far left hand side of theprinter to soak up the excess ink. You may need to change the absorbent tissuea few times. Then repeat the same procedure on the right hand ink absorber.
Close the lid and the printer should now function normally.

Aug 07, 2011 | Canon PIXMA iP1300 Printer

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Full ink absorber


There are ink absorbers located at both ends of the printerwhere the ink head move.
To dry the ink absorber, power up the printer and open the cover so the inkcartridges and print head will move to the middle of the printer.
Then take several sheets of absorbent tissue, fold it into a pad and place it insidethe printer over the ink absorber on the far left hand side of the printer tosoak up the excess ink. You may need to change the absorbent tissue a fewtimes. Then repeat the same procedure on the right hand ink absorber.
Closethe lid and the printer should now function normally.

Jun 15, 2011 | Canon PIXMA iP1300 Printer

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An error occured. ink is running low. view the ink details the ink absorber is full what the solution is that problem?


Ink absorbers do fill up and can be replaced.....however the printer can be placed on a tin foil sheet as a safety shield.

To reset the printer, with it turned "ON" remove the power cord from the wall plug. wait about a minute.

Hold down the "ON" button and and plug the printer in again while still holding the button down. Count down from 15 and when your done release the power button.

The printer is still off so again press the "ON" button.

The absorber is now reset, but the printer does have waste ink inside that can leak out........you are warned!

Sep 22, 2010 | Canon PIXMA iP1300 Printer

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Printer Canon Pixma IP1300 problem


Most printers have a hatch on the underside of the printer which allows the absorber to be removed. Take out the screws and remove the cover. Be advised that this will be full of ink and may drip everywhere so be prepared. Wash out the absorber pad with warm soapy water, rinse well and replace. Most printers will automatically detect the pad has been cleaned and reset accordingly. Some dont.. For those that dont, you need to locate the printer utility which will reset this feature, Canon do have this available on their web site.. www.canon.com

Dec 12, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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My Canon ip1800 ink absorber is full is there a quick fix


No .You must replace waste ink tank.
to get printout

Jul 01, 2009 | Canon PIXMA iP1300 Printer

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The canon pixma ip1300 was full of the ink absorber,what is the solution of it,and what i do for the ink absorber?


You need to reset your printer and replace the absorber.The absorber is on the bottom of the printer and you need to disassembly the hole printer to replace it.For reset the printer look this: http://tricks-collections.com/iptool-canon-printer/

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The printer say that the inkpad is full and with this i can not print ip1300 inkjet


You have to reset it. it will best for you if you replace the ink absorber after reset, the instruction can find here

Mar 10, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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MY PIXMA iP1300 keeps error


since canon printers need service tool to reset the waste ink counter, i suggest that you bring your printer to an authorized service center in your area to have them reset the waste absorber counter and clean it as well.

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Printer problem


The ink absorber (a felt pad) is provided so the ink lost during cleaning has a restricted area to ensure the ink doesn't escape into mechanical areas of the printer.
I haven't seen the inside of your model but this is probably being monitored using reflected light and once the reflection is reduced (pad changes from white to dark) this warning is triggered.

The printer has been disabled to avoid cast-off ink from overflowing the recess in which the pad is installed.

Unless you are very good at finding the sometimes many snaps that hold your printer together, it should be turned over to a professional.

As a retired tech, I need to warn you that the cost of labor and the pad needed will probably exceed the cost of a new printer.

If you decide to replace it, be advised that most printers are supplied with only minimal amounts of ink in their included ink cartridges; please consider buying cartridges along with the printer to have available when the original cartridges run dry.

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