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Looking For Advice - Canon IPF710

Discussion in 'Canon InkJet Printers' started by William Seaward, Jan 10, 2018.

  1. Jan 10, 2018
    William Seaward

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    The wife has been after me to start looking into printer that does larger images than A3+ (13x19). I found my starter printer, the Canon IPF710, one that needs some attention so I can tinker with and learn how it operates. It's a good time now, as winter has set in here in the Illinois, and its gives me a lot of time to tinker. It comes with the full compliment of inks and a new print head so this is a good start, but no paper, but this is a minor issue (you can buy 100 foot rolls rather inexpensive for testing).

    This is my first time looking at these printers, so excuse me if I ask some basic questions. Is there a refilling solution for these ink carts (PFI-102)? Do they need a chip resetter of any kind? Are there any pitfalls that can happen with these printers.
     
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    PeterBJ

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    I don't know these Pro printers but according the service manual they look a lot more complicated than the more modest home use models, so a service manual might be useful.

    You find a service manual for the IPF710 here: https://elektrotanya.com/canon_ipf710_sm.pdf/download.html

    Before downloading from Electrotanya see this instruction: https://www.printerknowledge.com/th...compliments-of-peterbj.5071/page-9#post-36684

    It is a good thing a new print head is included, the price is more than 700$. A waste ink tank is 25$. See this: http://www.precisionroller.com/all-supplies-and-parts-for-canon-imageprograf-ipf710/products.html
     
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    there are sellers of compatible cartridges, and I can see refill cartridges at Aliexpress with Autoreset chips
     
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    William Seaward

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    Thanks for the links... I downloaded the Service Manual and I'm ready to go there.

    Good News! I would like the auto reset chips. This is my first experience going with a 36 inch printer and this is going to fill up my office to some degree. Good thing I cleaned it up recently. :)
     
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