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New Ink Cartridge

I have had to replace the printer catridge that I currently use - a Canon BX-20. However when I install the replacement BX-20 Cartridge, an error message comes up on the C-70 screen that states: "INstall BC-21E".

This message has never appeared before.

Can someone advise?

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Hmmm...what is the original? BX20? The BC 21 E is a generic for more than one printer. and you may find instructions on doing this at the www.usacanon.com site, under support.

http://tinyurl.com/6qcpgy

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