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65536 printouts detected in MG6250 EEPROM

Discussion in 'Canon InkJet Printers' started by Łukasz, Aug 12, 2014.

  1. Aug 19, 2014
    mswannie

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    Thanks for the heads up on this. Three to four times....I'm only on my first reset so I should be good for a while. Will keep you informed.
     
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    You can put a serving tray under the printer if you think you will have a problem with over flow going forwards it can give you piece of mind when it does eventfully happen..
     
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    Good idea!

    And a little OT - but any good ways of getting ink off the carpet? It's just a few sports of black from when I dropped one. Is it water soluble?
     
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    Here is a "disposable centrifuge" used for priming a set of HP300 (EU) = HP60 (US) cartridges. I have tried to remove the ink using a window cleaner with ammonia. Some of the ink came off, but not all. I only spent 5 minutes on the test, maybe more patience will be better, like with cleaning print heads? Don't wet the spots, that will spread the ink, but instead press a piece of kitchen paper wetted with the window cleaner against the spot. Click to enlarge:

    Socktrifuge.jpg

    If chemical methods don't work, then a well known tool manufacturer might have a solution? Also see this.
     
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    :yuckyuck

    You must get some looks, and a few inquiries, when you wear your 1960's retro hippie disposable centrifuges with sandals. :D
     
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    Forgot your paper towel? :duc
     
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    Felt fabric may be a substitute for original absorber.

    If the carpet is a synthetic fabric, it may be easier to clean with water (less jagged than the fibers of natural fabric).
     
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    What paper towel? :lol:
     
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