How to Replace Waste Ink Pads on Canon I70

Written by william garmany
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The Canon i70 is a portable printer that can be used anywhere. It prints up to nine pages per minute in colour and up to 13 pages per minute in black with a resolution of 4800 by 1200 dots per inch (dpi). The Canon i70 comes with everything required to print with Microsoft Windows or Macintosh computers. Sooner or later, all printers run out of ink and the tanks must be replaced. Learn how to quickly replace the ink tanks on your Canon i70 printer.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Turn the Canon i70 printer on and lift open the print head cover. The print head holders will move to the centre of the printer for easier access.

  2. 2

    Push the tab on the empty tank to remove it. Be careful that the tank does not touch your clothing or other objects that might get stained. Discard or recycle the depleted ink tank.

  3. 3

    Unpack a new ink tank, removing the orange protective cap. Do not to touch the open ink port, as this will hinder the print quality on your Canon i70.

  4. 4

    Insert the new ink tank, starting with the side that doesn't have a tab. Push the tabbed side down until the tab locks into place. Close the print head cover.

  5. 5

    Click "Yes" when the printer prompts you with a message asking if you have replaced the ink tank. Select the ink tank that was replaced and click "OK" to reset the counter.

Tips and warnings

  • Ink tanks should be used within six months of purchase for optimal printing quality. Don't remove the ink tank once it has been installed in the printer until it is depleted. When the ink tank is empty, replace it promptly.
  • Clicking "No" or "Cancel" when prompted about whether you've changed the ink tank will cause frequent warnings to pop up on your computer stating that your ink tank is low, even when it is full.

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