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Error the Canon printer not recognize ink cartridges

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The printers use Canon FINE cartridges, these cartridges are providing more speed and ease of changing the cartridge when it is damaged, you need only change the cartridge and not the ink head.
a) contact cartridges b) cartridge head
a) contact cartridges b) cartridge head
These cartridges often have errors in our screen ink cartridges are not recognized, can be for several reasons, we will present the possible reasons and possible solutions to these problems.Anyway recommend documented in the manual to try to solve any problems more easily.

Normally when the printer detects the cartridge by one or other reason has an error, it may be on the screen printer and screen of our computer.
  • Error E04 printer first shows the letter E followed by 0, then 4, this indicates that the ink cartridge is not recognized or is not supported by the printer, it is usually when we have filled the cartridge, and if we know that the cartridge actually supports other factors are influencing printer. The recommendation is to clean the cartridge contacts. Do it slowly napkin or a piece of soft cloth, put the cartridge again if this problem continues, power the printer again.
  • Error E05 equally to error E04 the printer does not recognize the cartridge into the printer, in the screen shows the letter E followed by 0, then the number 5, is recommended for this and the previous error try putting the cartridge firmly, and has been cleaning cartridge, it is possible that both connectors cartridge and the printer are not making proper contact.
  • Error E07 this error indicates that the cartridges are not connected in the correct way, if you have a continuous ink system, the possibility exists that the elbows ink system, are affecting the connectors of both the printer do proper contact. If so it is recommended to drill in the cartridges a little further down and cover with cilicona where the red was before.
  • Error E08 indicates that the absorbers ink are almost full, on our printer letter appears first E followed by 0, then the number 8 solution yet to this error is to press on our printer key make copies either in black or color, and for a final solution and it is recommended reset counter product, this happens when we printed the number of significant pages, the printer has in its stored memory and say that sponges storing waste ink are completely full. To reset the error no longer occurs but in reality and sponges is necessary to perform a physical cleaning.
  • Error E13 with this printer says there is one of the ink cartridges is empty, may be any ink cartridges , or if you are using a continuous ink system, may be one color no running to cartridge ink. It is recommended to take a quick measure to prevent permanent damage cartridges, this is one of the main reasons why a burning ink cartridge connectors. The workaround is to perform a reset of the printing process, if the ink cartridge is very empty this error return, we recommend filling the cartridge or solve the problem you have with continuous ink system if so. It is possible that next time the E15 Error which indicates that the ink levels are already completely exhausted, this will not work any reset only make refilling or replacing the ink cartridge appears. There are other related and can be solved with the above procedures mistakes, it all depends on what your Canon printer model but apply the solutions prior to the E14 error indicating not recognize ink cartridge and E16 also with the named before not recognize Ink cartridges.
When a Canon printer is not recognizing the cartridge can be for many reasons, use patience to identify this error, know that everything has an end and there is the possibility that the cartridge is damaged, when this happens we can only replace it.

If we buy a remanufactured or generic cartridge is recommended to ask the seller for the time cartridge warranty recommend this type of cartridge for strength and durability.

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