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How to reset waste ink absorber full ip3300 warning?

My problem is canon iP3300 waste ink ABSORBER is full and the warning sign of servicing the waste ink absorber is needed. any solution please? i need the servicing code to reset the waste ink absorber meter counter. thanks

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  • Scahnabel Apr 01, 2008

    Printer is online, the message "Waste ink Absorber Full warning"
    and I can't print.

  • third eye Apr 05, 2008

    how to reset waste ink absorber full ip3300 warning?

  • Anonymous Apr 19, 2008

    yes, i have the same problem, how could i get these code?

  • kejin Aug 25, 2008

    Black ink is 1/2 full ((5) PGBK, but error message is " ink tank errors have occured" and " some ink tanks cannot be recognised"



    any suggestions????

  • gazy600 Aug 27, 2008

    i have a pixma ip3000 the blue and red empty in the printer now it says service error 6c00

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  • mark_lu256 May 11, 2010

    my problem is canon iP3300 waste ink ABSORBER is full and the warning
    sign of servicing the waste ink absorber is needed. any solution
    please? i need the servicing code to reset the waste ink absorber meter
    counter. thanks

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Try to enter service mode and reset EEPROM:

1. Start with the printer OFF
2. Hold down RESUME and then hold down POWER
3. release RESUME
4. press RESUME twice, then release POWER
5. Let green light blink until printer is done moving print head

Press RESUME 4 times then POWER to execute the command


turn the plug off turn on and all ok




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My ip3300 orange bling 5x ,,how to do it??? help

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I have the same problem, but Jet Tec waste inks. When I first replaced black (pgi 5bk)-don't forget to place the small chip from the original cartridge to replacement; it worked fine. But now, it has a lot of problems because this **** printer from canon only want original inks (and the original are tooooooooo expensive). I'll never bought anything else from canon.

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