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How to get Pro9000II to stop recognizing carts

Discussion in 'Canon InkJet Printers' started by jjohnl, Jul 7, 2016.

  1. Jul 7, 2016
    jjohnl

    jjohnl Getting Fingers Dirty

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    Several years ago there was a thread about how to get the Pro9000II to stop trying to recognize refilled carts. I don't have a resetter for this printer so before I found the thead, every time I'd put refilled carts in, I'd have to go through this routine where I had to hold the "resume" button down for each cart in turn, as the printer tried to read the status of the carts. After I did what was suggested in the thread, the printer stopped trying to read the cart status and I never had to do the "resume" button routine again.

    Tonight I refilled all the carts and when I powered the printer back up it tried to read the carts, just like it did in the beginning. And of course I can't find the thread! Can someone tell me again how to get the printer to stop trying to recognize the carts?

    Thanks

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  2. Jul 7, 2016
    jjohnl

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    Okay, well, I removed and replaced all the carts and now everything works just fine!

    Mods, if you think this thread is worth leaving up for some educational value, that's fine but if you want to remove it, I'm okay with that.
     
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    Canon were, BUT 3D is better..
    On the contrary, your thread is a valuable lesson on what can happen while using refilled compatible cartridges.
    Nice to hear you’ve solve the problem yourself and are now back printing again.. :thumbsup
     

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