Question about Canon PIXMA MP210 Photo All-In-One Printer
I put in new ink cartridges today but my printer is still telling me my Ink Cartridges are empty. How can I fix this?
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You must hold the stop/resume button for 2 or 3 seconds. The printers detects that it's a filled cartridge and alert you about it... That's all.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
I've found the solution on spanish forum...you just hold the green boton with the red boton during 15 seconds. Try again 3 or 4 times and each nivel of ink color and black will be desactivate. It's really nice !!!
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
By asking about resetting the ink counter, I assume you are referring to the box that comes up every time a document is printed to state that the ink cartridges are running low.
This was happening on my Canon MP210, before I refilled the black cartridge. After I refilled it I then looked to see where I could inform the printer that I had changed the cartridge to a full one. (In fact it was the same one but I had refilled it) I used to be able to de this on my previous canon printer. There appears to be no way to do this. The printer knows that the cartridge is not a new one.
There is a way though to delete the annoying message saying that the ink is running low. After this box message is hidden, then the only way to know that the ink has run out next time is to notice that the page is not printed out clearly.
When printing a document, the box pops up.Click on OPTION at the top left.
Scroll down to DISPLAY WARNING AUTOMATICALLY
Hover over this line and it will highlight
Then a message next to this will show WHEN A LOW INK WARNING OCCURS (WITH A TICK SHOWN)
Highlight on this message and left click mouse
The tick will hide
Now the message will not come up at printing of every document.
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
Although Canon cartridges cannot be "reset" so that the ink counter functions, refilled cartridges can be made to function normally for printing purposes. Without the ink counter it is necessary to refill cartridges frequently enough to be sure that the cartridges do not run out of ink. If a cartridge runs dry it will "burn out" and not function for normal printing after that. The only solution is to then replace the cartridge with a new one.
On the MP210, to get a refilled cartridge to function, merely press and hold the stop/reset button until the error message is overridden, be patient, it takes a moment. Once this is done, a properly refilled cartridge will print normally and you will not have to perform this action again when you refill the cartridge the next time.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
My reset button does squat! pressing red and green together does squat. re-booting does squat. re-setting ink does squat. <br /> <br /> STUPID machine will NOT accept re-filled ink cartridges. C light permanently flashing.
Posted on Aug 18, 2010
Thanks, #4, that was a very clear answer. WHAT the HELL is a sensor?
On the cartridge?
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
Refilling the ink cartridges ain't bad at all specially with its high price but there are also some consequences when you do this. You'll get some error messages along the way, if you need to reset your canon mp250 printer you can follow the steps found here: How to reset canon mp210
it gives you common errors and steps to reset your canon printer. :)
Posted on Aug 15, 2012
New color cartridge installed on the left side of printer. Closed the cover, pushed "print" and the text did not appear. When I opened the cover the cartridge is now on the right side of the printer and how do I get the cartridge to return to the correct position on the right side of the printer?
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
After refilling colour catridge, printer still refused to print. Have used csa400m solution of holding down green and red buttons together, and now my printer O.K. Thanks.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
Holding the STOP button on printer for 6 about seconds will disable the ink monitor. Then check your PC task bar (bottom of screen) for any additional 'Canon' messages. If there is one...open it and click OK. The printer should then work again, except it will not display ink level for that cartridge any more. You'll have to repeat the same process when the second cartridge indicates 'empty'.
Posted on Mar 24, 2015
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
Having the same problem! Never even used this once. Got for xmas and now won't work :(
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
For the MP210, hold down the stop/reset button (the one closest to you on the rhs) for a few secs. The E in the display will go away, but the LED next to C will flash (instead of being constantly on). Some sites suggest that this voids warranty - no mention of that when using a Mac. I looked for other ways but this was the only way to get the printer to work (with refilled cartridges).
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
Rub the sensor with a magnet...it somehow worked for us because we were having the same problem.
Posted on May 17, 2008
Me too. but who care ^^.
We can print any time. When your printer do not accept your printing, you hold down "Stop/Reset" button about 10s. Then we can print continue with flashing Led of Black and Colour cartrindge. do not care that ^^. i love you ^^
Posted on Nov 20, 2012
I put in new ink cartridges but my printer is still telling me my Ink Cartridges are empty. How can I fix this?
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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