I found a way to fix my trouble, anyway, tank you for your help
Hi dear friend
I had been on internet trying to find how to fix my trouble, and i found it.
When you have this trouble, you have to push at same time 3 butons.. STOP - MAINTENANCE - POWER for 9 seconds, and after that printer reset fault. Reset fault after that and then turn it off, and turn on again, and....BINGO.... fault is not appear again, and you can use your printer normally again.
I done this procedure and my printer r300 is now ok.
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I found a solution if you get an error code. I just bought a canon mp620 tonight from Best buy. I followed it to the letter as far as putting the ink in. Closed the lid and it made some God awful noise. The code was C000. You need to COMPLETELY push the ink tanks down underneath their respected sticker letters. Goto www.usa.canon.com look under support. Type in your model number and look under FAQ'S. I also had the error 5100 code. It explains with pictures and instructions what to do. Hope it helps anyone with trouble with the error code c000 and 5100
The best solution is to reset the counter and then clean the ink pads. ONLY AFTER RESETTING THE COUNTER is a tank of ANY use. Fitting a tank WILL NOT FIX THE ERROR.
The ONLY solution I have found that you can buy on the internet to fix the error that says something like "parts inside your printer have reached the end of their life" is the solution in the link below. There are other solutions available such a thing called the SSC Utility, but I know there are reports that the SSC Utility can write bad information to the firmware and thus wreck the printer. The solution in the link below is the nearest you can get to a guaranteed safe solution:
If after using the above fix for the R220, you wish to add a waste ink tank, then feel free. However fitting a waste ink tank WILL NOT STOP THE ERROR coming up again. The error is caused by the firmware in the printer counting the amount of ink used and pumped into the waste ink pads in the base of the printer. Even if the ink is pumped into a tank instead of the waste ink pads, the counter still counts the ink. The ONLY THING YOU SAVE with a tank is replacing or cleaning the pads. In my opinion, the tank is waste of money. You can easily rinse the pads out all you have to do is get to them. You can also make your own tank from a small empty jar and length of tubing available from an aquarium store.
The only solution for this issue can be by removing the front panel overlay and reinstalling it again to fix the issue
You can see the below weblink for the instructions to remove and install the Front panel overlay
Once done try to unplug and replug the power chord from the back of the printer when it is ON so that this will drain all the power out of the printer once finished try to check with the issue..
Hope this fix the issue