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How to reset MP220 Canon Pixma printer

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The Canon multifunction printer is for domestic and micro enterprises uses, these printers can scan, print and copy.

Photographic quality and great performance can be obtained from these printers, they are compatible with the Windows and Mac OS X operative systems and use PG-40 black and PG-41 tricolor ink cartridges, these cartridges are easily fulfilled you can see it in our post on how to refill the PG-40 Canon black ink cartridge and how to refill the PG-41 Canon tricolor ink cartridge.

The next step is to reset the pages counter or the ink deposits of the printer. The printer can get blocked or not allowing to print when it is being used with ink systems o when the cartridges have been changed a considerably amount of times, the printer as it is known has a pages counter indicating to what amount of pages the pads and sponges do not have an optimus state to work.

When resetting the counter the printer will allow us to print many more pages in the future. This process is very simple and can be done from the own buttons of the printer in the front panel.
Read the following procedure carefully, in case it does not work o is not as proposed here please leave a comment in this post.

  • Turn off the printer, with the printer off press the "Stop/Reset" button also known as the “restart” button, while having the “restart” button pressed also press the "ON/OFF" button to turn on the printer. The top "LED" bulb must light in green color.
  • Now release the "Stop/Reset" button but continue pressing the POWER or ON/OFF button, press the "Stop/Reset" button twice and now release the POWER or ON/OFF button.
  • Now press the "Stop/Reset" button four times and then the "ON/OFF" button.
  • Turn off the printer and turn it on again, after all this procedure the printer has to be restored, in case it is not contact us.

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