Thursday, October 5, 2017

Reset Canon iP6000, iP6000D

Waste ink tank full, waste ink pad full, the ink absorber is almost full, error 5B00, error P07, blink 7 times, blink 8 times, the ink absorber becomes almost full, error E08, error E07, error 6C10, error 5B02.

Canon Pixma iP6000, iP6000D

Reset Canon iP6000, iP6000D

Step 1: Enter Service Mode
1.   Turn off the printer.
2.   Press and hold the Resume button.
3.   Press and hold the Power button.
4.   Release the Resume button (the Power button is still pressed).
5.   Press and releasing the Resume button 1 time.
6.   Press and hold the Resume button.
7.   Release the Power and Resume buttons together.

After the both buttons are released, the power indicator will blink green for some time and then the green will light constantly.
If after follow points 1-7 the green light not constantly but the printer continues to show an error, it's mean you made a mistake in points 1-7. Turn off the printer and repeat step 1.

Step 2: Reset Canon iP6000, iP6000D
8.   Press the Resume button 4 times (each time the Resume button is pressed, the power indicator changes color).
9.   Press the Power button once to confirm the selected action (reset the absorber counter).
10. Press the Power button to turn off the printer.
11. Turn on the printer and now the printer is ready for use.

Another command for points 8:
Press the Resume button: 1 times – Orange – Service test print (load paper before do it)
Press the Resume button: 2 times – Green – EEPROM information print (load paper before do it)
Press the Resume button: 3 times – Orange – EEPROM initialization
Press the Resume button: 4 times – Green – Waste ink counter setting
Press the Resume button: 5 times – Orange – Destination setting (then Press Power, Press Resume 3x)
Press the Resume button: 6 times – Green – Print head deep cleaning
Press the Resume button: 11-13 times – Orange, Green, Orange – Return to menu selection
Press the Resume button: 14 times – Green – Left margin correction