Question about Canon Office Equipment & Supplies
It is not recommend you try to fix it yourself, you can try to manually reset the error code, but if the waste ink is really nearly full and you reset it, it could damage the printer pretty severely. Here are manual reset instructions for a similar model printer, it should work on the F60 if the buttons are the same:
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 [stop/reset] key (returning to the state of 3), and press the [on/off] key
If that doesn't work try this one:
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, returns to the state of 3, then press the ON/OFF key
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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