Bee-mused

asked Feb 10, 2009 at 6:10am
Canon Canon Pixma MP750

Canon MP750 'waste ink full' message - help!

Can anyone talk me through how to fix this? I understand there are codes you can put into the printer to get it going again, but I'm pretty 'green' about techy things, so please be gentle with me!

Please help - I don't want to chuck the thing out, as it usually works fine.

Thanks. Bee.
No-one got any advice for me? I'm really stuck without my 'big beastie'.

Bee.
by Bee-mused on Feb 10, 2009 at 10:53am Add comment
Resetting Canon MP750 and MP780 procedure/code for Waste Ink Full, Follow this step to fix it:

Service Menu

Press MENU-SCAN-COPY-SCAN

Cycle through options to #7 PRINTER, Press OK

Cycle through options to #5 (Ink Abs Cap) Press OK

Please visit http://slayo.com for complete code because there is some ways to reset it.

You can browse any browsing code on the website http://slayo.com there is many tools softwares/adjustment/manualreset for printer.
by scmedan on Feb 10, 2009 at 3:25pm Add comment
Thanks for the try, but I can't see any 'service menu' on my machine.

The only Menu is for 1 Special copy - 2 options, 2 Maintenance - 8 options, none of which are any on the ones you mentioned, 3 - 6 options, ditto.

Are you quoting for the same model - Canon Pixma MP750?

Bee. - Bee-mused
I've managed to get it to copy now, by pressing 'ok' when the 'waste ink full' message comes up.

But now the computer won't recognise the printer is on, so I can't print out a m/s doc ('computer says NO'!, or rather 'printer offline') nor scan anything. Why is that?

Anyone out there who can help a technophobe?

Bee.
by Bee-mused on Feb 11, 2009 at 10:06am Add comment