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Waste tank full

I think I could figure out how to clean the pad(s) if I knew what pads everyone's talking about. Is the pad under the chassis or at the end? Which end? Any info would be helpful.
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Inkjet pads are between the printer chassis and the bottom of the printer case. Typically a large felt pad.
My Canon i9100 has eight orange flashes and indicates on screen "waste ink tank is full". After opening up mine I found this to be false, only one third soiled. This then leads me to believe the i9100 has a timer to go off after a preset number of hours.

Anyone know how to reset the "full waste ink tank" error?

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