While installing a replacement ink cartridge the error message U053 appears on your screen. This is a common error message for Canon printers and it is associated with the print head having problems detecting 1 or more ink cartridges.
You've just replaced the toner in your Brother HL2130, HL2240 or HL2250 Printer and the printer is still giving you the "Low Toner" message. The fix is really quite simple, you simply need to follow the instructions below. Watching the video may also help (especially if you can speak in French !)
Has your Epson Printer stopped printing due to the Ink Waste Pad being full? This is a common problem and the only solution is to reset the Ink Waste Pad Counter. It's a messy job however it will save you at least $100 if you do it yourself.
Refilling an ink cartridge is rapidly becoming a dying art. This is mainly due to the low cost of buying a brand new compatible ink cartridge.Most people figure that it is so much easier to simply buy a new compatible ink than to waste time refilling and then be stuck with the mess afterwards.
With such a huge selection of printers to chose from how can you decide which printer is right for your home needs? As with most products nowadays there becomes so many different makes and models available that it can become overwhelming.
I had an email from a customer this week who was printing menus for a restaurant and wanted to know how to prevent the ink from bleeding when coming into contact with water. The following article has a few solutions.
Wireless Connectivity is becoming a standard feature on Most Canon Pixma Printers. Many people however are struggling to to set up the wireless feature so we thought we would use a video to make things easier.
Looking for a new printer for your home or small business? There are so many choices that it can be mind boggling. To help make the decision easier we thought that we would mention two popular, current model printers and list the distinct advantages and disadvantages of each one of them.
Have you ever wondered why your printer uses 2 black cartridges and only 1 of each colour. The reason is simple. In most Canon printers for example the large black contains a pigment based ink which produces very crisp text etc. The other smaller black contains a dye based ink which is used more for photo or image printing.
In recent times there has been a huge swing in popularity to the non brand name inks. Perhaps this trend has been brought on by the slowing economy and the need to cut back on everyday expenses. Whatever the reason is the non genuine inks have flooded the market and they are here to stay. Why pay over $100 for a set of genuine inks when a generic set of the same quality (usually containing more ink) are under $30.