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Canon 150 Alarm light is on flashing E 3

I have tried all the fixes mentioned earlier ( blew out with compressed air, unplug let sit and try again etc) but still showing this error.
What next?
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Canon MP140, MP150, MP160, MP180, MP210, MP220, MP460, MP470, MP510, MP520
MX300, MX310

1. We Switch off the printer (the button, rather then from wall-plug).

2. We Press and hold Resume .

3. We Press Power .

4. Holding Power , release and once again two times press Resume , then release simultaneously all buttons.

5. After indicator поморгает, fall into service mode.

6. Four times press the button Resume , under each striking Resume indicators are switched: green-orange. Once press the button Power for acknowledgement of the selected action (the unset of the counter абсорбера). The Button Resume enter подфункцию:
- 0 strikings unset main counter in 0%, or
- 1 striking unset additional (platen) of the counter in 0%, or
- 2 strikings installation both counter on 0%.

7. We Press Power (is executed service-function, chosen striking Resume )

8. Once again Power - is switched off.

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

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