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Reset Canon ip6000d pixma printer

How to reset Canon ip6000d

Reset Canon Pixma ip6000d

Error ink cartridges are not installed properly (Error E5)

First power off the printer. Next, while holding STOP/RESET button, power on the printer.
While holding POWER button, release STOP/RESET button. Then push STOP/RESET button twice.
Wait about 20-30 second until the LED shows “0”. Then push STOP/RESET button four times.
Finally push POWER button twice. Last step is to turn off the printer by pressing the POWER button one last time.

How to Reset waste ink counter (Error E16)

Unplug power and USB cable.
Open door and hold power button.
Connect power.
Close door, then release power button.

This printer uses the following ink cartridges


Canon ip6000d Inkjet Page Yields

BCI-6BK black cartridge 430 pages
BCI-6C cyan cartridge 780 pages
BCI-6M magenta cartridge 580 pages
BCI-6Y yelow cartridge 360 pages
BCI-6PC photo cyan cartridge 410 pages
BCI-6PM photo magenta cartridge 260 pages

Product Specification Canon ip6000d printer

Print Resolution Up to 4800 x 1200 dpi
Print Engine 6-ink with Micro-Nozzles, FINE, 2 pl
Colour management ICM, ColorSync, Exif Print
Mono Print Speed Up to 11 ppm (Max), 4.3 ppm (Std)
Colour Print Speed Text & Graphics: Up to 9 ppm (Max), 3 ppm (Std);
A4 Full Page: Up to 0.7 ppm (Std)
Photo print speed A4: Up to 0.4 ppm (Max)
Borderless: 4″ x 6″ : 75 seconds (Max)
Media Type Plain Paper, Envelopes, Photo Paper Pro (PR-101), Photo Paper
Plus Glossy (PP-101), Photo Paper Plus Double Sided (PP-101D),
Photo Paper Plus Semi-gloss (SG-101), Glossy Photo Paper
(GP-401), Matte Photo Paper (MP-101), High Resolution Paper
(HR-101N), Transparency (CF-102), T shirt Transfer (TR-301),
Photo Stickers (PS-101)
Paper weight Sheet feeder: 64 to 105 g/m² and supported Canon special media up to 273 g/m²
Media Input Sheet feeder: 150 sheets; Cassette: 150 sheets;
CD-R / DVD tray: 1 printable CD-R or DVD
CD-R printing Available as standard
Media Size Sheet feeder: A4, B5, A5, Letter, Legal, Envelopes (DL size or
Commercial 10), 4″ x 6″, 5″ x 7″, Credit Card (54 x 86 mm)
Cassette: A4, B5, A5, Letter, Envelopes (DL size or Commercial
10), 4″ x 6″, 5″ x 7″
Borderless printing Available using Photo Paper Pro, Photo Paper Plus Glossy,
Photo Paper Plus Double Sided, Photo Paper Plus Semi-gloss,
Glossy Photo Paper or Matte Photo Paper in A4,
4″ x 6″, 5″ x 7″ & Credit Card sizes
Duplex printing Available using Photo Paper Plus Double Sided or plain paper in
A4, B5, A5, Letter & 13 x 18 cm sizes
Cartridge configuration Single Ink technology – six separate ink tanks
Interface Type – PC USB
Interface Type – Camera Direct Print Port: Camera direct photo printing from PictBridge &
Bubble Jet Direct compliant digital cameras & camcorders
Mobile Phone: IrDA 1.2 (JPEG only)
Camera Direct Printing Compatibility: Exif 2.21 or earlier, DPOF compliant
Card Direct Printing Storage compatibility: CompactFlash, Microdrive, SmartMedia
Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, SD Card, Multimedia Card,
xD-Picture Card, Memory Stick DUO, Memory Stick DUO Pro,
miniSD Card
Image Viewer Built-in 2.5″ colour LCD display
Operating System Requirements Windows: PC with Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Me
or Windows 98, USB interface, CD-ROM Drive. Free hard disk
space: 50 MB for Windows XP/2000, 15 MB for Windows Me/98.
Mac: Macintosh computer with Mac OS 9.x or Mac OS X v10.2.1
or later, USB interface. Free hard disk space: 30 MB for Mac OS 9.x,
100 MB for Mac OS X v10.2.1 or later.
Driver Features Windows: Photo Optimizer PRO, Image Optimizer,
Photo Noise Reduction, Vivid Photo
Mac: Photo Optimizer PRO, Vivid Photo, Photo Noise Reduction
Software Included Windows: Easy-WebPrint, Easy-PhotoPrint, PhotoRecord,
Mac: Easy-PhotoPrint, CD-LabelPrint
Power Source AC 220-240V 50/60Hz
Power Consumption Approx. 3 W (standby), approx. 15 W (printing)
Temperature range 5 – 35 °C
Humidity 10 – 90% RH (no condensation)
Acoustic noise levels Approx. 32 dB (A) (quiet mode)
Dimensions (W x D x H) 429 x 312 x 195 mm
Weight Approx. 7.0 kg

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