Question about Canon Office Equipment & Supplies
On my Cannon Pixma, I pressed the stop/reset for 5 seconds to ignore the warning. Then,
I was able to make a copy. However, better solutions to this scenario are welcome.
Cheers - Peter
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
i thnk you need to replace the cartridge maybe the ciruit has been destroy in the event of refilling the cartridge..so that the computer cannot read the ink level ..
I hope it help.
thanks for using FIXYA.
Posted on May 22, 2009
I know this is frustrating. I am all for recycling and using refilled ink and laser toner cartridges. However, the manufacturers make most of their money from ink and toner sales. So, from time to time, they will encode or datecode cartridge chips. The only times I've been ale to get around this is by using at least one genuine OEM cartridge to trick the printer. If that does not work, try another et of refills, or you will have to use only OEMs.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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