Question about Canon PIXMA iP90 Mobile Printer
If you peel apples, the apple-peel becomes "waste", and you put the waste into a bin. When the bin is full, you have to do something, i.e., empty the bin into a composter, or send the bin to the land-fill, or you get another bin.
Similarly, when your printer "wastes" ink, the ink is retained inside the printer, until the waste-absorber unit becomes full.
Take the printer to a qualified technician, to either "empty" the bin, or to "replace" the bin.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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