Question about Canon PIXMA iP1800 InkJet Photo Printer
The printer reached the maximum printing. It is no longer printing. I want to have an exact instruction about this trouble.
Usually this means, that the waste ink absorber is full, or at least the printer's internal ink counter reached maximum capacity.
When the printer cleans it's heads, it "spits out" some ink into a special container, called the waste ink absorber. The internal counter prevents the ink overflowing from that container, and staining whatever the printer stands on.
If you want to avoid a visit to a service depot and try experimenting yourself, try www.fixyourownprinter.com, you may be able to find some guidelines there.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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