Posted by: thetopsecret | 19 January 2009

RESETER CANNON Pixma iP1300 and iP1700

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1.  RESETER CANNON Pixma iP1300 and iP1700 Series :

Step 1 : Manual Temporary

1.  Turn off the printer and disconnect the printer cable.

2.  Press and hold the POWER button then turn on the printer.

3.  The indicator (L.E.D.) should be green.

4.  Press and release the RESUME button , the indicator (L.E.D.) should be orange.

5.  Press and release the RESUME button again, the indicator (L.E.D.) should be green.

6.  Release both buttons.

Step 2 : Software Permanent

1.  Reconnect the printer cable.

2.  Open General Tools Software.

3.  Select USB Port and then select “EEPROM CLEAR”.

4.  Push the “MAIN” bottom and “PLATEN” bottom in to “CLEAR WASTE INK COUNTER” box.

5.  The led printer will be blinking for few moment and it should be reset. See the picture.

6.  Finally, push the “RELEASE” bottom and then push the “QUIT” bottom to exit program. See the picture.

Capture for General Tool Service Program, see below :

software reset canon ip1300 and ip1700

General Tool Service
Program for Canon Printer Pixma iP1700 and iP1300 Series :
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Responses

  1. thanks …it work on ip1300

  2. Terima kasih yah sekarang printerku sudah bisa dipakai lagi

  3. Its not working for me. Please make more details.

    Thanks
    SEOHouse

  4. Hi,
    this isn’t really working.
    my printer is flashing orange and green lights (alternating) and it won’t react when i open the lid.

    Any advice?

  5. TNX.,.,


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