Question about Canon I960 InkJet Photo Printer
According to Canon's website, they say that your printer needs to be serviced. I would recommend sending it back to Canon if the printer is still under warranty. They state that there are some websites out there that give you step-by-step directions, but it will void the warranty. Here is the link to Canon's article:
This website is for the i80 series, but it has a step by step instruction on how to reset the absorber code.
Here's what I would do if it is not under warranty, but it is very messy. Take the printer apart to get the absorber pad out. Rinse out thoroughly with rubbing alcohol. Once it appears clean, rinse out with water and let the pads dry. Put the printer back together and reset the code through the directions on the website.
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Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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