Hi. Can someone please help me find a way to reset my printer? None of the Cannon examples for restting are appropriate for my problem as I don't have a reset button. If there is no solution, would you please advise me where I can get it fixed in Birmingham - as cheaply as possible please?!!!!
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The waste ink absorbers are pads that absorb waste ink during head cleaning cycles. One set of pads is below where the print cartridges rest when not in use. There is another set of pads at the bottom of the printer. If the error is "waste ink nearly full", press OK to clear the error temporarily.
Cleaning these or replacing them is a messy job and may not be worth it. If the printer is under warranty, get Canon to do it for you. If you decide to do it yourself, have plenty of newspaper (or other absorbant material) ready. Take apart the printer from the top; there are some screws you may have to remove to get at the pads. Then blot off most of the ink. Blot the excess ink from within the areas where the pads sit. Place the pads under running water until the water runs clear. Dry the pads; you can use a hair dryer to speed this step if you want. Then reassemble the printer.
Next reset the waste ink counter. Do not start this step before cleaning or replacing the pads; waste ink will get everywhere after a short time. Power off printer Hold down STOP/RESET button then Press and Hold down Power button Keep Power button down and Release STOP/RESET button Push STOP/RESET button twice let go of power button
Wait 20-30 seconds - my display shows "canon Idle" Push STOP/RESET button four times Push Power button twice Power off Next time the printer is started the waste count will have been reset.
Please note that the counter is designed to be a number of pages that will be reached when the printer is reaching its end of life. Additional failures may occur soon.
These printers have a waste tank which receives a short squirt of ink every time you use it. This is in order to keep the heads clean. Normally it is recommended that you take the printer in for service but often the cost of a service is almost the cost of a new machine.
It is possible to take the printer apart and look under the park point of the print cartridges when they are at rest. You will find a container or compartment containing either wadding or a sponge. You need to clean or replace this - warning wadding will often disintegrate so you may find it easier to try and replace it!
Once you have cleaned/replaced the material you will need to reset the internal counter - google for an appropriate tool/program for your machine.
Hi The waste ink are in the inside of your printer you need to get at it to clean out, but after this you got to reset it or it will still not work, I not know about your printer I have only looked it up for you. It may be screwed down inside so you need to open all up or get a shop to de it for you. I not find your model printer on the internet but I found one and it same type of printer as yours MP210 but a different number it canon MP190 and it have a reset waste ink for it you can try it may work for you, try resetting it first before you try clean it, if this not work you will have to find the right reset for it. Ok here it is. You have to do so:
1) Enter service mode by pressing: MENU, COPY, SCAN, COPY, COPY 2) Select TEST MODE 3) Select (8) PRINTER TEST in TEST MODE 4) Select (3) (eeprom clear) 5) Select (0) (ink count) 6) Press the SET key 7) Press the STOP/RESET key, then press power key to power off
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Ok hope you have good luck. There no easy way the printers are been made this way so you take them to the shop, but if you are handy with your hands and know what you are doing then you will need to take all apart and take out the ink pads inside the printer and clean them up make sure they nice dry when put back in, then you are going to need a program that you can find on the internet it will be called waste reset tools, or your printer will not work even after you done the clean out. I am not sure what canon you have so I cant tell you the tools you need for yours, i have got canon MP-Tools on my website if this is the one you need. with this you can reset the waste ink tank before you do the clean out but remember in time you will need to clean out or it going to be a big mess of ink coming out your printer.
Click Link = http://www.4all2sell.com/reset-tools/MPTool.exe
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HiHello try ths
This works on the F30, F60, and F80. Resetting the Waste Ink Volume Counter 1) Enter SERVICE MODE.--- By pressing Menu-Copy-# 2) Select TEST MODE. 3) Select  PRINTER TEST in TEST MODE. 4) Select 3. [EEPROM CLEAR]. 5) Select 0. [INK COUNT]. 6) Press the [OK] key. 7) Press the [Stop/Reset] key (returning to the state of 3)), and then press the [ON/OFF] key.
Skip step (6) since there is no [OK] key on F30 printers. Please come back and just gave a vote, it will gave me some satisfaction to know am helping some one so I will keep on helping.
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Download this utility
Unzip and run GeneralTool.exe
Select the correct USB port
Click lock release and your printer model
Click clear waste ink counter
Select main or platen
The selected waste ink counter will then be reset
Reset both especially if both have been replaced
4 step to Reset waste ink tank counter CANON PIXMA iP 1000 STEP 1:- Disconnect printer from AC power STEP 2:- Press and HOLD the POWER button, and connect printer to AC power STEP 3:- release the the POWER button STEP 4:- Press the POWER button again
There's a lot of methods and choice on how to reset it and this is all my best to share to you.
You need to Remove the ink Cartridge first in order for the code to take effect. 1) Closethe print head cover. 2) While pressing the Stop/Reset button, press the Power button. (Do not release the buttons. TheLED lights in green to indicate that a function is selectable.) 4) While holding the Power button, release the Stop/Reset button. (Do notrelease the Power button.) 5) While holding the Power button, press the Stop/Reset button 2 times,(Canon idle will appear)and then release the Power and Stop/Reset buttons.(Each time the Stop/Reset button is pressed, the LED lights alternately ineither orange or green, starting with 0. 6) When the LED stops blinking and lights in green, press the Stop/Resetbutton 4 times. (Each time the Stop/Reset button is pressed, the LEDlights alternately in either orange or green, starting with orange.) 7) Press the Power button 2 times. ( the '' Canon" appear twice).The LED lights in green, and the selectedfunction is performed. (When the operation completes, the printer returns tothe menu selection mode automatically.) 8) Power off then back on and test. 9) Congrats!!
Prepared By Jeffrey Vicada(EDS- Technical Engineer) Philippines