Question about Canon PIXMA iP2000 InkJet Printer
Turn the printer on.
Lift the cover, to expose the print-head.
Let the print-head slide away from its "resting" position,
which is immediately above the waste-ink absorber.
Unplug the printer, to cut the AC power.
Put on a pair of surgical gloves -- ink on your hands is bad.
Take some soft single-use towels, and push them into absorber, to "stuck" (without the "t" -- this web-site bans the use of the word s*ck) the waste-ink out of the absorber.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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