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How to clean physical pads Canon printers

Error message: Waste ink absorber almost full

To clean physical pads , open cover (as if replacing ink cartridge).
Locate waste ink pads, they are far right under cartridge slider.
Pry up waste ink pads (might want to wear gloves).
Rinse pads in sink or with alcohol, dry.
Replace pads. Make sure pads are fully seated.

Posted on October 21st, 2010 by  |  No Comments »

Reset Canon mp220 pixma Inkjet All-in-One Printer

How to reset Canon mp220

Reset Canon Pixma mp220 All in one

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 PG-37
Canon PG-40
Canon CL-38
Canon CL-41

Canon mp220 Inkjet Page Yields

PG-37 Black cartridge 219 pages
CL-38 color cartridge 207 pages
PG-40 black cartridge 325 pages
CL-41 color cartridge 286 pages

Product Specification Canon mp220 All-in-One Inkjet printer

Print Resolution Up to 4800 x 1200 dpi
Print Engine Inkjet 4-ink with minimum 2 pl Micro-Nozzles and FINE Cartridges
Photo Lab Quality Speed Borderless 10 x 15cm: Approx. 46 seconds (Standard)
Mono Print Speed Up to 22ppm (Max.), 14ppm (Standard)
Colour Print Speed Text & Graphics: Up to 17ppm (Max.), 9.0ppm (Standard)
Media Type Plain Paper, Envelopes, Photo Paper Pro (PR-101), Photo Paper Plus Glossy (PP-101/PP-201), Photo Paper Plus Double Sided (PP-101D), Photo Paper Plus Semi-gloss (SG-101/SG-201), Glossy Photo Paper (GP-401), Glossy Photo Paper “Everyday Use” (GP-501), Matte Photo Paper (MP-101), High Resolution Paper (HR-101N), T-shirt Transfer (TR-301), Photo Stickers (PS-101), Super White Paper (SW-201)
Media Input Rear Tray: Max. 100 sheets
Media Size Rear Tray: A4, B5, A5, Letter, Legal, Envelopes (DL size or Commercial 10), 10 x 15cm, 10 x 18cm, 13 x 18cm, 20 x 25cm, Credit Card (54 x 86mm)
Media Weight Rear Tray: 64 to 105 g/m and supported Canon special media up to 273 g/m
Two Sided Printing Available by manual operation using Photo Paper Plus Double Sided, Super White Paper or plain paper in A4, B5, A5, Letter & 13 x 18cm sizes (Windows only)
Borderless Printing Yes (A4, 20 x 25cm, 13 x 18cm, 10 x 18cm, 10 x 15cm & Credit Card sizes)
Camera Interface and Connectivity Direct Print Port: Camera direct photo printing from PictBridge compliant digital cameras & camcorders
Card Direct Printing CompactFlash ®, Microdrive, Memory Stick®, Memory Stick Pro™, SD Memory Card ®, MultiMediaCard™, and SDHC Memory Card.
xD-PictureCard™ , Memory Stick Duo™ , Memory Stick PRO Duo™ , RS-MMC™ , miniSD™ and microSD™ .
Features: Multi-photo print (select multiple images and number of prints applied to all images), Photo index print, 35-up contact print, Print all photos, DPOF print, Layout print (top half of paper), Sticker print, Select range, DVD/CD print, Print with shooting information, Photo index sheet, Search (by date), Slide show, File number & date print
Enhancements: Vivid photo, Photo Optimizer PRO, Noise reduction, Face Brightener, Red Eye Reduction
Other Features Photo Optimizer PRO (Windows only), Image Optimizer (Windows only), Photo Noise Reduction, Vivid Photo
Scanner Type Flatbed CIS colour scanner
Scanner Resolution Optical Up to 1200 x 2400 dpi
Scanner Resolution Digital Up to 19200 x 19200 dpi
Colour Scanning Depth 48 / 24 bit (RGB each 16 / 8 bit)
Halftone/Greyscale 16 / 8 bit
Compatibility TWAIN / WIA (Windows XP / Windows Vista)
Effective Scanning Width A4 / LTR
OCR Bundle Yes (ScanSoft OmniPage SE OCR)
Other Features Z-lid (up to 15mm), Push-scan, Multi-Scan, PDF file creation & edition, Descreen, Unsharp mask, Stitch Assist, Photograph corrections (Fading correction, Grain correction, Reduce dust and scratches, Backlight correction, Auto Tone), Gutter Shadow Correction, Text (OCR)
Colour/Photo Copy
Copy Speed Colour Document Approx. 38 sec.
Copy Speed 10x15cm Borderless Photo Approx. 52 sec.
Copy Speed Mono Up to 22cpm
Copy Speed Colour Up to 17cpm
Multiple Copy 1 to 99 copies
Interface Type – PC USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
Interface Type – Mobile Phone / PDA Photo printing via PictBridge
Supported Operating System Windows Vista ™ / Windows XP SP1, SP2 / Windows 2000 Professional SP2, SP3, SP4
Mac OS X v.10.2.8 – v.10.4
Operating System Requirements Windows Vista™, XP, 2000 Professional / Internet Explorer 6.0 / Pentium ® II 300 MHz including compatible processors / 128 MB RAM / 800 MB Hard disk space / CD-ROM drive / Display 1024×768
Mac OS X v.10.4 / Safari / Intel ® processor, PowerPC G3 / 256 MB RAM / 700 MB Hard disk space / CD-ROM drive / Display 1024×768
Mac OS X v.10.2.8 – v.10.3 / Safari / Intel ® processor, PowerPC G3 / 128 MB RAM / 700 MB Hard disk space / CD-ROM drive / Display 1024×768
If EPP EX for Mac is not included, HD space is 450 MB
Software Included MP Navigator EX, Easy-PhotoPrint EX, ScanSoft OmniPage SE (OCR software)
Dimensions (W x D x H) 451 X 353 169 mm
Number of language (LCD) 18 Languages selectable: Japanese, English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Russian, Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Slovenian, Turkish
Temperature Range Operating environment: 5° – 35° C
Humidity Operating humidity: 10 – 90% RH (no condensation)
Acoustic Noise Levels Print: Approx. 42.5 dB(A) when printing in the highest print quality mode on Photo Paper Pro
Copy: Approx. 42.5 dB(A) when copying in the highest print quality mode on Photo Paper Pro
Weight Approx. 6.1 kg
Power Source AC 100-240V, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption Standby: Approx. 1.9W (when scanning lamp is off),Off: Approx. 1.0W,Copying: Approx 13W

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