Guide How to Reset Canon IX 6860 Printer

How to fix the 5B00 error on the Canon printer with Key reset st4905 is a simple way at home in just a few steps, you have to reset the Canon IX6860 printer yourself.

As you know, almost everyone who uses color inkjet printers also has problems, that is Epson and Canon series, after a certain period of time, there is an error of not printing, especially for the Canon printer line then report errors on the computer such as error 5B00, 5B01, 5B02, 5B03, 5B04, 1700 or the indicator blinks on the printer: 7 lights, 8 lights This phenomenon is Called memory overflow, waste ink overflow (or out of stock), you need to set up and reset to return the machine to normal mode.

Canon's IX6860 printer line is no exception, when the printer reaches more than 1 thousand, 2 thousand prints, depending on the machine using brand ink or brand ink, reset the Canon IX6860 printer also. Very simple you can reset at home according to the instructions I will share below.

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How to Reset Printer Canon IX6860 with 5B00 error

You can reset Canon IX6860 after you have downloaded the reset software according to the link below.

In the scope of this article, I will guide you to reset Canon IX 6860 with Canon Service Tool V4905 software

All you need to do is follow the steps in the correct order:

Step 1: Download the reset software Canon IX6860 full keygen from the link:

Step 2: To reset the IX6860 printer you need to set the printer to Service mode

1. Turn off the power but do not unplug it.

2. Hold the paper button and press and hold the power button.

3. Continue to hold the power button and release the paper button.

4. Press the paper button 5 times, and then release the power button.

5. You will see 2 lights no longer blinking, at which time your computer is in Service Mode.

Next. You run the IX6860 reset software you just downloaded to your computer and follow the instructions shown below

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In the "Clear Inl Counter" Absorber, choose "Main" to the right of the Counter Value (%) 0, select "Set", then set the D mode to = 0 Click "EEPROM Save" to check the results. , and press EEPROM to let the printer output a test.

When you have completed the above steps, turn off your device and turn it back on again to complete the reset process of your Canon IX6860 printer.