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I have a IP3000 Pixma and the waste ink absorber is full. Where is the waste ink absorber and how do I access it to clean it??

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The absorber is at the bottom of the printer but you don't have to clean it. Even cleaning will not make the printer work. All you have to do is reset the ink tank counter. Here is the procedure:

1. Turn off the printer.
2. holding down Resume/Cancel press POWER - indicator goes on green.
3. release Resume/Cancel, continuing to hold down POWER.
4. press button Resume/Cancel 2 times holding POWER, then release all buttons.
5. when the indicator illuminates GREEN - press button Resume/Cancel four times
6. turn off printer pressing POWER.

Posted on Aug 05, 2010

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