Question about Canon PIXMA iP3000 InkJet Photo Printer
Ink absorber full reset.
Have been trying various 'press reset/press power/hold down both/release one/press 3 times' etc suggestions, but none seem to work.
Can anyone assist please?
I guess even if I was able to get to these elusive absorber pads and remove/clean/replace them, as there's no 'sensor' creating the error message - rather a pre-set by Canon 'time-out' - then it would still say the pads are full?!
This modern throw away world is depressing, why aren't things built to last, why do these big companies get away with presetting things to break down just after the guarantee expires so as to charge us more money to get fixed/buy another new product? You'd think that at least the save the environment mood would force them to have to do better?
Sorry for rant. Extremely fustrated...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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