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The ink absorber is full and the printer no longer works?

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This is the ink counter reset instructions:
1. Service mode: Menu->Scan->Copy->Scan( one at a time in sequence)
2.Select "test mode"
3.Select "(8) ETC
4.Select "(4) EEPROM CLEAR
5.Select "(1) INK COUNT
6. press the OK button
7. Press the STOP/RESET button(returns you to the TEST MODE sub-menu
8. Press the ON/OFF button (which resets the printer).

There you go.

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how can i get my ink absorber to be unful and work agian so i can print again WANALI

Posted on Oct 11, 2008

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SOURCE: printer says ''waste Ink absorber is full'' see service center

This is what the manual says: Ink used for cleaning is absorbed in a waste ink absorber placed in the machine. Press [OK] to cancel the error so that you can continue printing. Once the waste ink absorber becomes completely full, printing cannot be done until the waste ink absorber is replaced.
Canon recommends to contact a Canon service representative as soon as possible.

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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SOURCE: IP1880 Canon PIXMA showing Ink absorber full

Pixma ip 1880 is full(solution)

1. first unplug power cable and usb cable
2. hold power for 1-2 minutes
3. turn on power
4. your printer should back to normal printing


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Waste absorber is full. Where is the waste ink absorber and how do I empty it?

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My problem is when i print a page the absorber is full massage showing.please help


The ink absorbers are felt pads which soak up the ink that has been purged during the cleaning cycle. When they are full they will no longer absorb ink and it will run out of the printer onto the table. You will require your canon dealer to fit new absorbers and reset their counter so the warning message will disappear. To replace them, the whole machine needs to be stripped and the engine removed as they are in the bottom of the printer. A big and very messy job.

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Ink Absorber Full on Canon Printers


When you see the error "Ink absorber nearly full" or "ink absorber full" you
really need a shop to replace the ink absorber. The error is generated by firmware in the printer or multi-function that counts the number of prints, power cycles, and cleaning operations. It is not a sensor or gauge inside to be reset. The absorbers are thick pads covering the bottom of the print engine and all waste ink from the purge assembly is directed through channels and tubes to these absorbers. You should never reset the error code without fresh absorbers installed as the ink can fill inside and ruin the printer or damage the furniture the printer sits on. The absorbers are fairly cheap, from $10.00 to about $20.00 and after changing the pads the Canon repair person will enter the service mode and reset the counter. This operation is well worth the expense as a good technician will clean and lubricate the printer at the same time ensuring you of longer trouble-free printing.

on Dec 31, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Ink absober is full


Eight flashes: Waste ink absorber almost full

The printer has a built-in waste ink absorber for the ink used during Print Head cleaning. Eight flashes indicates that the waste ink absorber is nearly full. Press the RESUME/CANCEL button to cancel the error so you can continue printing. Before the waste ink absorber becomes completely full, contact a Canon service representative.

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Canon recommends that you call for service as soon as this error occurs. Once the waste ink absorber becomes completely full, printing will no longer be possible

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The Ink Absorber is almost full. Press the printer RESUME button to continue printing


There is a consumable called an Ink Absorber. It will need to be replaced very soon. Contact your manufacturer or store where you bought it to get a new one. Once it is full, the printer will no longer work. Check your manual for more information.

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Empty waste ink absorber IP4000


I found this at the Canon website. www.canon.com
I also have a Canon Pixma, seems my turn is up and coming too.
Ink Absorber Replacement Options This printer has an ink absorber that takes in ink during the printing and print head cleaning processes. The cleaning process is necessary in order to keep the print head nozzles from becoming clogged. Over the life of the printer, the amount of ink that the ink absorber has absorbed is calculated by the printer. Eventually, after substantial use, the printer will enter an error condition when the ink absorber is nearly full. At this point, printing is still possible by pressing the <Resume> button on the printer. To protect the printer from damage, you will not be able to print at all once the ink absorber is full.
Canon recommends having the printer serviced before the absorber becomes full. We are aware that there are many "do-it-yourself" Web sites that offer instructions for making this repair. Replacing the ink absorber is a complicated and potentially messy procedure. Even if the ink absorber is successfully changed, the ink absorber counter must be reset. Be aware that if you attempt this procedure, it is at your own risk.
If you feel your product might require service, Canon has excellent service options and we are eager to provide any assistance you may need. Click the link below to locate an authorized service facility and obtain further instructions.
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If you still have questions about the issue you are experiencing, a Technical Support Representative will be happy to answer any question you may have. You can contact us through the email link or phone numbers listed below.

Aug 25, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Its appear " The ink absorber is full. Contact the service center."


Inkjet printers have a fibrous pad inside them that collects the waste ink from cleaning the print head. Over time, this pad fills up with ink and can no longer hold any more. When this occurs, the printer indicates a "waste ink full" error.

Replacing the waste ink absorption pads is something an authorized canon service facility can take care of for you.

May 11, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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My Canon Pixma MP780 is saying "waste ink absorber is near full"


Under the place where the inks park is a tray full of asorbent pads. It was the most awful thing to get to in my Pixma ip 2000. If you have a day to spare, and a work table, and some long needle nose pliers or maybe hemostats, and the usual tools, you can take the machine apart to get at it. Note which pads (and parts) go where, everything has to go back where it came from. The pads will rinse out with water, lots of it.

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WASTE INK ABSORBER IS FULL FOR CANON PIXMA iP2000


The machine needs to be taken in for the waste ink absorber to be replaced

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Canon printer mp160 e27


how can i get my ink absorber to be unful and work agian so i can print again WANALI

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Canon BubbleJet i320 Printer Problem


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The Alarm / Power light flashes orange 8 times consecutively (Waste Ink Nearly Full Error)


What you can do is:
· Resetting the Printer By resetting the printer's power, the print buffer is cleared and certain sensors are reset. If there is invalid data in the buffer, or sensors are stuck in a particular mode; errors may occur. Follow these steps to reset the printer:
  1. Turn the printer off with the Power button (if available).
  2. Disconnect the data cable from the printer (not applicable to WiFi, Bluetooth or Infrared) .
  3. Unplug the printer's power cord for approximately 10 minutes, and then plug it back in. If troubleshooting a communication issue, reconnect the data cable (not applicable to WiFi, Bluetooth or Infrared).
  4. Turn the printer back on.
· Ink Absorber Replacement Options
This printer has an ink absorber that takes in ink during the printing and print head cleaning processes. The cleaning process is necessary in order to keep the print head nozzles from becoming clogged. Over the life of the printer, the amount of ink that the ink absorber has absorbed is calculated by the printer. Eventually, after substantial use, the printer will enter an error condition when the ink absorber is nearly full. At this point, printing is still possible by pressing the <Resume> button on the printer. To protect the printer from damage, you will not be able to print at all once the ink absorber is full.

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