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How Deactivate Ink Level Detection On Canon Printer

Canon Ink CartridgeHi guys! Our topic here is about how to deactivate ink level detection function on Canon printer. Do you know that low ink or ink has run out message appears once the cartridge is empty. If you want to use refill ink in that cartridge then you need to deactivate (disable) ink level to get your printer run as usual.

The following tips is to fix low ink error message in case of refill ink usage. Below some methods to deactivate (disable) ink level detection function for some models. Each method is applicable for a group of printer models due to its similarity.

METHOD I:
Press RESUME/CANCEL button once.

Applicable Models:
BJC series: bjc3000,bjc8200,etc
S series: s400,s600,s800,s520,s6300,s9000etc
i Series: i255,i320,i350,i355,i450,i470d,i550,i560,i850,i950,i6100,
i6500,i9100,etc
Pixma series: ip1000,ip1200,ip1300,ip1500,ip1600,ip1700,ip2000,ip2200,
ip3000,ip4000,etc

METHOD II:
Hold down RESUME/CANCEL button for 5 seconds or more

Applicable Models:
Pixma series: ip1880,1980,3300,3500,4200,4500,5200,6700d,pro9000,9500,ix4000,5000,etc

METHOD III:
Press START button once.
* COLOR button for colour cartridge
* BLACK button for black cartridge

Applicable Models:
Pixma MP series: MP150,MP160,etc

METHOD IV:
Hold down STOP/RESET button for 5 seconds or more

Applicable models:
Pixma MP/MX series
: MP145,MP228,MP245,MP520,MP800,MX850,MP970,MX308,MX318,MX7600,etc

METHOD V:
Press OK button

Applicable models:
Canon Pixma MP170,MP180,MP450,MP470,etc

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16 Responses to How Deactivate Ink Level Detection On Canon Printer

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi there,

    I can’t deactivate ink level with your method. I have a Canon MX 318.. I can print, but I can’t receive fax after re-filling cartridge… Please help !! :(

  2. Admin says:

    Yeah!. You just did it. Be able to print means ink level detection function has been deactivated succesfully. Deactivate ink level detection function is a thing while receive fax in case of low ink or unknown ink level is another. To get fax document printed in this condition, please check my update post:
    Receive Fax Document After Deactivating Ink Level Detection Function

  3. Anonymous says:

    Hi Guys,

    I’m having the same trouble with my Canon Pro 9000, which will not recognise two cartridges and give a low level ink warning. How do I deactivate the detection function on my printer please?

    Thanks,

    Roy

  4. admin says:

    Thanks for your comment. Well, I’ve just made little revision of this post to help you understand this post easier. Don’t care about SEO as long as you’re all more enjoyable. For canon pro9000 you use METHOD II listed above.
    Regards

  5. Helen Neale says:

    Hi there -- I have a Canon Pixma iP4500 -- can’t get any of these to work -- can anyone help, please?

    Thanks,
    Helen

  6. Anonymous says:

    Hi,
    I've tried to reset the canon iP1200 low ink counter but not having much success, tried all the different methods people have suggested including using GeneralTool.exe, tried pressing resetp/b once, tried holding it down for 5 sec, tried power down and disconnect the usb then power up while holding buttons…..nothing working for me….I'm ready to chuck the thing in the bin…but that's not being real "green".
    Can someone please give me a solution that works
    cheers
    G-Man

  7. Anonymous says:

    Help. THe methods above did not work for my new canon mx338 printer. Error U051 or fine cartridge cant be recognized or needs to be replaced. the print head is still ok. Please help. email me at sakinlangto2@yahoo.com thanks

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  9. Andry says:

    hello…
    after deactivate that function, how to activate that function again?
    thank you

  10. admin says:

    Hi Andry,
    The printer will automatically restore this function after replacing the ink or cartridge with brand new genuine ink or cartridge.

  11. Yuki says:

    Thanks for the information
    Really help me

  12. anonymous says:

    help…please.. i have a cannon pixma iP1980. I can’t get rid of “ink has run out” message. how can i make this work again? please help me…

    • admin says:

      hi guys!. To fix this warning message you need to deactivate ink level detection function by hold down RESUME button for 5 seconds or more. Do it for each cartridge. Thanks.

  13. anonymous says:

    hey! i wrote last nov. 7, 2010. the one asking about canon pixma iP1980… yey! THANKS A LOT!!! it really worked… i just hold down the resume button for five secs. then whoa!.. lol ;D

  14. Hayate Sama says:

    Thanks…. It worked…. =)

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