Question about Canon BJC 3000 InkJet Printer
7 orange followed by 1 green means Cartridge Error.
If you have recently replaced the ink cartridges then please check that they are installed properly and re-seat them if necessary.
If you have not recently replaced your ink cartridges then check the ink levels using the software that came with the printer.
Try replacing the ink cartridges and if that does not solve the problem then you can contact Canon support.
The details for Canon support in the UK can be found here:
Or in the USA:
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Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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