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Sunday, April 26, 2009

Canon Pixma MP110

How To Reset Waste Ink Canon Pixma MP110

Here this step by step to resetting waste ink counter printer Canon Pixma MP110
1. You will include printer.
2. press button Menu, then Scan, Copy and again Scan. All - entered into the service
regime. 3. Select Counter.
3. Press button Copy - all Pampers is discarded into zero.
4. You will turn off printer by button POWER.

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5 comments:

This procedure is a bit vague but it goes something like this:

Resetting the Waste Ink Volume Counter
1) Enter SERVICE MODE.---
By pressing Menu Copy Copy Copy Scan
2) Select TEST MODE.
3) Select [8] PRINTER TEST in TEST MODE.
4) Select 3. [EEPROM CLEAR].
5) Select 0. [INK COUNT].
6) Press the [Set] key.
7) Press the [Stop/Reset] key (returning to the state of 3)), and then press the [ON/OFF] key.

Hope it helps.

canon mp110 absorbation tank

This is the right order to escape that message :
1) Enter SERVICE MODE By pressing Menu-Scan-Copy-Scan
2) Enter NVRAM by presing -<--- or --->+ then OK
3) SET ABS-M LEVEL TO 0
4) OK
After that you come out from service menu with "cancel"-knob , (near on-off knob)

Resetting the Waste Ink Volume Counter
mpc 200
keys copy and menu must be pressed at the same time? when the machine


1)Enter SERVICE MODE.---
By pressing Menu Copy Copy Copy Scan --- this line ok.

2) Select TEST MODE. --- how to get into test mode ?
3) Select [8] PRINTER TEST in TEST MODE.
4) Select 3. [EEPROM CLEAR]. -- this option under test mode or somewhere else ?
5) Select 0. [INK COUNT].
6) Press the [Set] key. --- [set] key same with [Ok] key ?
7) Press the [Stop/Reset] key (returning to the state of 3)), and then press the [ON/OFF] key.

The waste ink absorber . on Canon Pixma mp110

The waste Ink absorber is a small, deep sponge, located where the cartridges rest when the printer is idle. Although you can technically reset the counter on the amount of ink held in the absorber, if you overfill it, over time you will start to have color staining on your cartridges, since your carts clean up on it after every cycle, at the extreme, you can have ink residue build up under your printer. Online printer supply shops can sell you a replacement absorber cheap.

However, since I am skilled in the art of "frugal" you can also do things this way. You will need some rubber gloves, rubbing alcohol, and a small prying tool.

1) Locate the absorber at the bottom right of the cartridge path
2) With gloves on, pry up the absorber (if you have the almost full warning, be prepared for some good splatter.)
3) In a small dish with a small amount of rubbing alcohol, shake the absorber around for a short while to moisten the outer ink.
4) Rinse the absorber in a metal sink (porcelain can stain) with more alcohol, then leave it to dry.
5) Replace and make sure the absorber is seated the same as when you took it out.

Then you want to reset the counter for the absorber.
1) Enter the Service Menu by keying = Menu,Scan,Copy,Scan.
2) Use the arrows to navigate to Service Menu Counter Access. then press OK.
3) Use the arrows to navigate to ABS-M Dot Count, press Copy.
4) Use the arrows until the count is zero, press OK then Reset.
5) For good measure, turn the printer off and on.

like brand new!

Canon MP360 Ink Problems

Normally printheads are reasonable tough and can withstand a lot of cleaning procedures.
Because my Red did not work any more I took out the head and I tried to clean it:

- with alcohol bij putting the head immersed in ethanol
- hot water
- flushing very hard with cold and hot water under the tap
- ultrasonic
- using the vacuum cleaner to suck ethanol through the holes
- pressure with a syringe

nothing helped for my color Red.
The other colors just worked normally fine after these procedures.
So I think there is something wrong with the electrical part, maybe a broken flat part or a bad connection.
I did not find out how come behind the head to view the connections.
But when it is just a matter of dirt one of the above things will help.

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