Question about Canon PIXMA iP2000 InkJet Printer
"The waste ink tank absorber is in fact a sponge located under the place where the cartridges "park" (usually right side of the printer). "
I found that part and it has been cleaned, but the waste ink absorber message still shows when the printer is switched on. What so I do?
You are correct about the waste ink tank,did you check the pipe (if any)which use to carry the ink to waste tank,if it is clogged than also the problem will arise.
Posted on May 11, 2008
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