Question about Canon PIXMA iP90v Printer
Not all the ink that leaves the ink-cartridge gets jetted onto the paper; some of it is "wasted", and goes into the "absorber".
So, the software inside the Canon printer has mathematically predicted, given the number of pages you have printed, and the number of times that you've turned the printer off, that, statistically-speaking, the "waste ink absorber" is almost full.
Take the printer to a qualified printer technician, for replacement of the absorber, and to "reset" the electronics to "zero pages printed".
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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