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- Order number: QUCR03A-US
You can reset the chips of the Canon PGI-225, CLI-226 cartridges easily, quickly and cost effectively. By resetting the chip You keep the monitoring of the ink level of the cartidges working.
The main purpose of the chips attached to the Canon cartridge is to monitor the level of the ink inside the ink tanks. Finally there is a message created by the chip that the ink inside the cartridge is low and that the cartridge will be empty soon. Our chip resetter enables You to set the status of the chip back to "FULL". The chip remains fully functional and the ink level control including all generated messages is operational.
The Canon chip resetter resets the following Canon cartridges:
Canon PGI-225 black
Canon CLI-226 photo black
Canon CLI-226 cyan
Canon CLI-226 magenta
Canon CLI-226 yellow
Canon CLI-226 grey
Canon PIXMA iP4820
Canon PIXMA iP4820 Refurbished
Canon PIXMA iP4920
Canon PIXMA iX6520
Canon PIXMA MG5120
Canon PIXMA MG5220 Wireless
Canon PIXMA MG5220 Wireless Refurbished
Canon PIXMA MG5320 Wireless with PP-201
Canon PIXMA MG6120 Wireless
Canon PIXMA MG6120 Wireless Refurbished
Canon PIXMA MG8120 Wireless
Canon PIXMA MG8120 Wireless Refurbished
Canon PIXMA MG8120B Wireless Refurbished
Canon PIXMA MX882 Wireless
Connect the resetterwith the USB cable to an available USB port.
Place the refilled cartridge into the resetter. The chip must be facing into the direction of the contact pins.
Push the cartridge down that the chip touches the contact pins. A short flash signals that the contact has been made.
The following continuous LED lights indicated that the reset has been completed successfully.
Recommendation for professional remanufacturers: The chip resetter is a must have tool! With an operational control of the ink level You can minimize the risk of printing with an empty cartridge.
This chip resetter for Canon PGI-225, CLI-226 cartridges is not an OEM product. All trademarks, trade names or service marks are the property of their respective owners and are used for identification purposes only.