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CANON INKJET REFILL INSTRUCTIONS

 

Petunjuk untuk pengisian (refill) cartridge Canon

CANON BC-01, BC-02
There are two different types of these cartridges. The older type has a single vent hole and the newer type has two vent holes.

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DOUBLE HOLE MODEL
Locate the refill plug (top right of the cartridge).  Using the eyelet screw provided twist it into the vent hole 3 or 4 times and pull the plug out.  You are now ready to refill the cartridge.  Place the cartridge on several layers of newspapers.  Inject up to 20cc of black ink into the cartridge.   Pause occasionally and let the sponge soak up the ink.   The cartridge may not take all the ink since it may not be totally empty.
SINGLE HOLE MODEL
Locate the refill plug (top right of the cartridge) .  Enlarge the vent hole using the 1/16" thumb drill provided.   Place the cartridge on several layers of newspapers.  Inject up to 20cc of black ink into the cartridge.  Pause occasionally and let the sponge soak up the ink.   The cartridge may not take all the ink since it may not be totally empty.
Set on a paper towel for an hour as a drip precaution. Don't allow the printhead to touch the paper towel or all of the ink will be drawn out. Expect a few drips -- If it doesn't drip, the ink is not ready to print. It is not necessary to seal the hole except during long storage and transportation.
Replace the cartridge and run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.

CANON BC-05, BC-06 Photo Cartridge
Canon ink refill instructions Also Apple M8052GA, M8041GA, and M4609GA Cartridges

Theory
The ink in this cartridge is retained because the cartridge has an internal sponge.
Instructions
Step 1) Put the cartridge on some paper towels in an area where you can tolerate a spill.
Step 2) Locate the three vent holes on the longest side of the cartridge at the opposite end from the print head. Each hole leads to a seperate color chamber.
Step 3) Use the thumb drill provided to open up these vent holes, using them as starter holes. Drill just through the plastic top.
Step 4) Insert a toothpick or unbent paper clip into the holes to verify the color of the ink in each of the three color chambers -- yellow, magenta, cyan
Step 5) Tape over the two holes you aren't currently filling to avoid accidental contamination with the wrong color of ink
Step 6) Using the syringe draw 2cc of ink from the plastic bottle. Insert the needle fully through the hole.
Step 7) S-L-O-W-L-Y inject the ink into the sponge.
Step 8) Recognize that each color is not used equally, and therefore, only one color will take the full 2cc.
Step 9) Remove all tape and set above a paper towel for an hour as a drip precaution. Don't allow the printhead to touch the paper towel or all of the ink will be drawn out. Expect a few drips -- If it doesn't drip, the ink is not ready to print. It is not necessary to seal the holes except during long storage and transportation.
Step 10) Replace the cartridge and run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.

CANON BCI-10 & BCI-11 (Canon BJC 30 and BJC 70 Series Printers)
Also Apple M3912GA, and M3910GA Cartridges

Canon ink refill instructions
1. Peel back the label to reveal the vent holes.
2. Insert the syringe through the vent hole, and push into the center of the cartridge. The cartridge contains sponge and a slight resistance will be felt.
3. Slowly inject up to 5ml. of ink for black ink or 3 ml. of color ink for each color or until ink appears at the filling hole.
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1  Flip over the cartridge. Locate the sponge(s) on the bottom.
2  Inject the cartridge with about 2 cc of ink  Be careful -- this sponge doesn't hold much ink!
Inject S-L-O-W-L-Y to fill the entire cartridge. Be sure to remove and re-insert the needle a few times to expose the entire sponge to the ink.
Note - Set on a paper towel for an hour as a drip precaution. Expect a few drips. Cover all holes during storage to prevent leaks and evaporation.
Unused ink may be returned to the bottle.
Replace the cartridge and run a priming cycle as per printer instructions.

Canon BC-20/23
Also includes: Canon BJC-4000, BJC-4100, BJC-4200, BJC-4550, BJC-5000 and Apple StyleWriter 2400


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  1. For the Black BC-20 or BC-23 Cartridge, locate the round circle on top of the cartridge. There is a small hole off-center inside this round circle.
  2. Use a 1/16 inch Thumb drill provided enlarge this small hole on top of the cartridge. (This may be covered by a label.) Drill completely through the plastic into the sponge.
  3. Inject the Black BC-20/23 cartridge with about 30 cc of ink -- a full syringe. Insert the needle all the way into the cartridge deep into the hard sponge.
  4. Inject S-L-O-W-L-Y to fill the entire cartridge. Be sure to remove and re-insert the needle a few times to expose the entire sponge to the ink.
  5. You only need cover the hole with a piece of aluminum tape for extended storage or transportation to prevent leaking or drying out. Remove the tape when printing.
  6. Set on a paper towel for an hour as a drip precaution. Expect a few drips. Cover all holes during storage to prevent leaks and evaporation.
  7. Replace the cartridge and run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.

CANON BCI-21/24 / BC-232 BLACK
The cap on the top of the cartridge must be removed.  This can be accomplished very easily with knife. (a dull knife) Hold the cartridge with the label facing you.  Insert the blade of the knife where the cap meets the cartridge and twist. The cap should pop off very easily.   Be careful not to break the finger on the back of the cartridge.   This finger holds the cartridge into the print head.  Throw the plastic cap out, it is not necessary to put it back on the cartridge.
Canon ink refill instructions

IDENTIFYING THE VENT HOLE
Once the cap is off hold the cartridge so that it matches Diag. 1. The 3 larger holes are not fill holes.  The small hole in the center of the cartridge is the fill hole. In order to inject the ink you must first drill out the fill hole.  To enlarge the fill hole, drill until you feel the drill go through the other side. Optionally you may put a piece of tape over the outlet hole to prevent the cartridge from dripping while refilling.    You are now ready to inject the ink.
INJECTING THE INK
Inject the cartridge with about 4 cc of ink. Insert the needle all the way into the cartridge deep into the hard sponge.
Inject S-L-O-W-L-Y to fill the entire cartridge. Be sure to remove and re-insert the needle a few times to expose the entire sponge to the ink.
Set on a paper towel for an hour as a drip precaution. Expect a few drips. Cover all holes during storage to prevent leaks and evaporation.
Replace the cartridge and run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.

Canon BC-22e Photo Cartridge (Canon BJC-2000 / 4200 /4300/ 4400 / 4550 / 4650 / 5000)
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1. Remove plugs on top of cartridge with included eyelet screw.
2. Attach the needle to the syringe and fill with the appropriate color of ink.
3. To verify which color ink is in which chamber, insert a toothpick and check the color of the ink on the toothpick when it is withdrawn. Insert the syringe through the filling hole and push all the way into the cartridge.  (Cover the other three holes with tape while filling one to prevent cross contamination) Note: You may feel a slight pressure because the cartridge contains a sponge.
4. Slowly inject up to 10 ml. of ink, per chamber, then replace the original plugs on the top of the cartridge.
(If they're too badly damaged, don't worry. The plugs are not necessary. You only need cover the holes for extended storage or transportation to prevent leaking or drying out. )
5. Unused ink may be returned to the bottle. Rinse the syringes with water and dry for future use.
6. Set on a paper towel for an hour as a drip precaution. Expect a few drips -- If there aren't any drips, the sponge is not saturated and ready to print.
7. Replace the cartridge and run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.

Canon BCI-61 Colour (Canon 7000 series printers)
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Theory
The ink in these cartridges is retained because the cartridge has an internal sponge.
Special Caution
The clear WJ811 fluid (print enhancer fluid) is particularly tricky to work with. If this fluid contacts the ink, the ink will instantly dry and be nearly impossible to remove.
Canon uses this fluid to create a quick-dry effect when printing on non-coated plain paper. Unfortunately, if a drop of this fluid gets on a printhead which contains ink (or vice versa), the material instantly forms a substance similar to acrylic in texture.
Use extreme caution handling this fluid near your printer and in handling inks near this fluid. Otherwise, you will find yourself with a clogged printhead!
A few other comments
1, Our chemist ran tests using the original Canon cartridges with the original ink. He ran tests with over a dozen cartridges. In all cases, running full pages of black print, there were present white lines, streaks, and density variations when the print enhancing fluid was used. During this test, the black ink cartridge averaged 45 pages while the enhancing fluid lasted 105 pages on average.
2. The black chamber and the clear chamber both have air detecting tubes which are used to sense when the chamber is empty. When refilling, occasionally there will be air bubbles remaining in these tubes after refilling, so there will seem to be enough ink, but the printer will beep that you are out of ink.
We recommend never running these cartridges dry. Your refilling will be much better if you refill whenever you get to about a quarter of the cartridge remaining.
3. If the clear chamber goes dry, it is almost impossible to refill successfully. Luckily, the clear chamber typically outlasts the black chamber by a ratio of 2:1, so we recommend topping off the clear chamber with 5-7 cc of ink every time you refill the black chamber.
4. We ran a half dozen of the original Canon black cartridges out of ink and 4 of them experienced some permanent blockage of some of the print nozzles before running out of ink. This was during very heavy full page printing. We believe that this is due to overspray of the clear print enhancing fluid.
We suggest that you not use the print enhancing fluid where possible. It is designed for use on plain paper -- as opposed to coated inkjet paper.
5. The clear fluid will react with most metals -- except stainless steel. It also reacts with many plastics. We suggest that you only use syringes which are made of stainless steel, polyethylene, or polypropylene. Our syringes are made of these materials. If you use another material, the fluid will form a cloudy mess that will eventually clog the printhead.
6. Now that we've frightened you, let us add that this material is similar to Calgon water softener. In other words, it is non-toxic but may cause eye irritation. Wash with plenty of water.
It's not that bad to people, but this fluid is a pain to work with around ink. Canon put it in -- we provide it as a service.
Instructions
1. Seal the outlet hole(s) in the base of the cartridge with tape.
2. Peel back label on top of cartridge enough to expose the filling holes, as shown. It will be the same on the black cartridge.
3. Enlarge the filling hole(s) in the top of the cartridge(s) using a 1/16" hand drill.
4. Push needle all the way into the cartridge of the appropriate color filling hole. Note: The cartridge contains sponge and a slight resistance may be felt. Very slowly inject up to 10cc of black ink or 5 cc of color ink into the sponge until the cartridge is full.
Remember the black cartridge also has a clear liquid that is filled on the opposite side from the black. (Now, always top off the clear fluid with about 5-7 cc of WJ811 fluid. It is vital that this chamber not be allowed to go dry. Reread the Special Caution above. Be sure not to get any clear fluid on the black exit hole.) When full, ink may seep from the filling and outlet holes.
5. Seal the filling holes(s) in the top of the cartridge by reapplying the label.
6. Unused ink may be returned to the bottle. Clean the syringe with water and dry for future use, or use with a different color ink.
7. Remove the adhesive tape on the outlet hole(s) and run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.

Canon BC-62 Cartridge (Canon 700J and 7000 Series Printers)

Canon ink refill instructions
PREPARATION:
Step 1. Remove BCI-62 Photo ink tank cartridge from printer. To reveal the filling holes, peel back the label on the top of cartridge.
Step 2. Set the cartridge on a flat surface with plenty of newspaper underneath it. The 6 exit ports should be pointing up. The top row takes the standard colors and the bottom or middle row takes the photo colors. If you need to determine which color goes into which hole, take a toothpick and insert it into the hole. Then, match the ink on the toothpick with the ink from the bottles.
REFILL
Step 3 Use the Thumb Drill included in the kit to enlarge the 6 filling holes.
Step 4  Tape over the holes which you AREN'T filling to prevent ink contamination. Each Photo-color can only take about 5-8 cc when empty, so don't expect much.
Step 5 Attach the needle point to the syringe and fill with ink, insert the filling needle into the corresponding filling hole and push as far down into the cartridge as possible. Note: The cartridge contains a sponge and will not readily accept the needle. Inject up to 8 cc. of ink into the sponge, slowly until the chamber is full. You will know when it is full because some ink may overflow from the filling and outlet holes.
Step 6. Repeat the process with the other colors. The regular color chambers are larger and hold 8-10 ml. Since you will run out of one color far before the others, don't expect them to take more than about 3-4cc.
You only need cover the hole with a piece of tape for extended storage or transportation to prevent leaking or drying out. Remove the tape when printing.
Step 7  Set on a paper towel for an hour as a drip precaution. Expect a few drips. Cover all holes during storage to prevent leaks and evaporation.

Canon BCI-15 and BCI-16

 

 

 

 

 

 

Theory
The ink in these cartridges are retained because the cartridges have an internal sponge.
Instructions
Step 1) Put the cartridges on some paper towels in an area where you can tolerate a spill.
Step 2) Turn the cartridge up side down so that the outlet port of the cartridge is facing upward.
Step 3) For Black - Fill the syringe with 3cc of black ink.
For Color - Fill a syringe with 2cc of cyan ink, another syringe with 2cc of magenta ink and a third syringe with 2cc of yellow ink.
Step 4) Drip ink onto the felt pad in the outlet port. The felt pad will quickly absorb the ink into the cartridge. If the felt pad will not soak up any more ink and the ink just sits on top then that chamber is full. Dab a paper towel onto the felt pad to soak up any ink that did not get absorbed into the cartridge.
It goes without saying that you want to put the correct color into the correct chamber. Don't drip yellow ink onto the cyan felt pad and wonder why you are now getting green.
Note: Do not pierce the felt pad the the needle of the syringe.
Step 5) Replace the cartridge and run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.

CANON BCI-21/24 –COLOR
Includes printers: Canon BJC-4000, BJC-4100, BJC-4200, BJC-4300, BJC-4550 and Apple StyleWriter 2400
MODIFY THE CARTRIDGE
The cap on the top of the cartridge must be removed.   Hold the cartridge with the label facing you.  Insert the blade of the knife where the cap meets the cartridge and twist.  The cap should pop off very easily.  You can also grab the cap with pliers and crack it off. Be careful not to break the finger on the back of the cartridge.   This finger holds the cartridge into the print head.  The cap is not need anymore.
IDENTIFYING THE VENT HOLE
Once the cap is off your will see 6 holes.  The 3 larger holes are not fill holes.  The smaller holes are the fill holes. In order to inject the ink you must first drill out the fill holes.  Using the thumb drill provided, drill into each small hole until you feel the drill go through the plastic. Optionally you may put a piece of tape over the outlet hole to prevent the cartridge from dripping while refilling. You are now ready to inject the ink.

Canon ink refill instructions
INJECTING THE INK
Tape over the two holes which you AREN'T filling to prevent ink contamination or have the hole you are filling slightly angled down in case you over fill the ink will run away from the other two holes. Each color can only take about 3 cc when empty, so don't expect much. Insert the needle all the way into the cartridge deep into the hard sponge.
Inject S-L-O-W-L-Y to fill the entire cartridge. Be sure to remove and re-insert the needle a few times to expose the entire sponge to the ink.
Set on a paper towel for an hour as a drip precaution. Expect a few drips. Cover all holes during storage to prevent leaks and evaporation.
Replace the cartridge and run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.

Canon BCI-3e, BCI-6

BC-30 Black BJ Cartridge & BCI-3 Black BJ Tank  BC-33 Color BJ Cartridge & BCI-3 Color BJ Tanks  BC-34 Photo BJ Cartridge & BCI-3 Photo BJ Tanks

Black & Color Cartridges

  1. Cover the outlet hole with the orange outlet seal that came with the cartridge (a rubber band will hold this in place) or with your finger over the outlet port while wearing latex gloves or with some vinyl tape to prevent ink loss during refilling.
  2. Use the "L tool" provided to push the Sealing Ball into the cartridge (tap on the 'L tool' if the ball is stuck). If you can't see the ball just above the "push" then peel back the top label on the reservoir side of the cartridge to expose the Sealing Ball. This is the ball Canon used to plug up the hole after they refilled the cartridge. (As an alternative you can drill a small hole into the reservoir side.)
    Attach the needle to the syringe and fill with the correct color ink.
  3. Slowly inject approximately 13 ml. of Black Ink or 6 ml of Color Ink slowly into the filling hole until the chamber is almost full. Unused ink may be returned to the bottle.
  1. Seal the hole using the Green Plug. Put your finger on the green plug and twist until it is seated well in the hole. If you drilled a small hole then seal it with a drop of hot glue. This hole must be sealed air tight or all your ink will drip out.
  2. Remove the orange outlet seal (or your finger, or the vinyl tape) from the outlet hole.
  3. Replace the cartridge and run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.
  4. If you have trouble getting your cartridge to print and the sponge side of the cartridge looks dry then drill a hole (or burn a hole with a hot paper clip) into the top of the sponge side of the cartridge. Stick the syringe needle into the sponge and fill with ink. You do not need to seal this hole.

Canon BCI-3, BCI-3e, BCI-6 Photo Cartridges
Black & Color Cartridges
1. Cover the outlet hole(s) with Aluminum or Vinyl Tape to prevent ink loss during refilling.
2. Use the Thumb Drill provided to drill a 1/16' hole in the top of the tank. There is a recess in front of the Plastic Ball Bearing that is an ideal spot to drill through.
Canon ink refill instructions3. Attach the needle to the syringe and fill with the correct color ink.
4. Slowly inject approximately 4 ml. of ink into the filling hole until the chamber is almost full. Unused ink may be returned to the bottle.
5. Seal the hole using the set screw ( the set screw will self-tap and form an excellent plug which can be removed and re-installed each time you refill). Screw in the set set screw until it is flush with the top of the cartridge.
Some ink will leak from the print head.
6. Remove the tape from the outlet hole(s).
7. Set above a paper towel for an hour as a drip precaution. Expect a few drips until the vacuum stabilizes.
If it looks like the dripping doesn't stop, then the filling hole has an air leak and is not sealed well.
8. After the dripping has stopped, replace the cartridge and run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.

Canon BJI-201 Cartridge
Also Apple M1949GA, M1950GA, M1951GA, and M1952GA Cartridges.
Many different Canon 600, 610, 620 and Apple Colorstyle, Color Stylewriter Pro Printers
Theory
The ink in this cartridge is retained because the cartridge has an internal sponge. However, the sponge only fills the lower half of the cartridge. The upper half is an open ink reservoir.
This cartridge does not have a printhead -- only an ink reservoir.
There are now two types of these cartridges on the market. The original cartridge (Figure 1) and the new style cartridge (Figure 2).
Modifying the Cartridge:
STEP 1
1. It is recommended that you refill your cartridge over the sink for easy clean up of any over spill.
2. Remove the label from your cartridge.
3. Locate the round indentation(s) on the top of the cartridge. (as shown in diagrams)
4. Using the 1/16" thumb drill bit, drill a hole through the center of the indentation if your cartridge looks like the one in FIGURE 1

Canon ink refill instructions

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Push plastic or steel ball into the cartridge if you have the new cartridges. FIGURE 2.
Canon ink refill instructions
Using the drill (or pen), push the plastic or steel ball into the cartridge.  This will not effect the cartridge's performance.  Place a small piece of tape over the ink exit hole.
5. You are now ready to inject the ink.

Canon Bubblejet BJ-130 / BJ-300 / BJ-330 / BJC-800 / BJC-820 / BJC-880 /Epson SQ870 / 1170
1. Assemble the syringe and filling needle and fill with ink. Epson ink refill instructions
2. Hold cartridge with the filling hole upwards, insert the tip of the needle only through the "septum" rubber seal, and inject up to 35ml. of ink.
IMPORTANT: Insertion too far may puncture the internal bladder of the cartridge.
3. Air bubbles must not be injected into the cartridge as they may cause irregular printing. If air is introduced it should be withdrawn by careful sucking with the syringe.
4. The cartridge should now be installed to the printer, and is ready for use.
5. Clean the syringe with water and dry for future use.

CANON BX-03
Canon ink refill instructions1. Make a filling hole on the top of the cartridge using the supplied thumb drill about 3/16" from the edge of the cartridge.
2. Assemble the syringe and filling needle and fill with black ink.
3. Insert the needle through the filling hole and inject up to 20cc of black ink. Unused ink may be returned to the bottle. Clean the syringe with water and dry for future use.
4. Cut enough aluminum tape to seal the filling hole. Press the tape well onto the cartridge to get a good air tight seal. Note: If the filling hole is not sealed properly the cartridge may leak.
5. Set over a paper towel for an hour as a drip precaution. Don't allow the printhead to touch the paper towel or all of the ink will be drawn out. Expect a few drips -- If it doesn't drip, the ink is not ready to print.
6. Replace the cartridge and run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions

Canon Cartridge CL-31 (#31) CL-41 (#41) (Color Cartridge)

Instructions
1. Put the cartridge on some paper towels in an area where you can tolerate a spill.
2. Peal off the top label.
3. You will notice three small holes (too small for a syringe needle to get into). Drill each hole larger with a thumb drill.
4. Fill the syringe with 6 ml. of color ink.
5. Very S-L-O-W-L-Y inject ink into each chamber until the sponge full
6. When finished, replace the top label or leave it off (it will make no difference in the printing).
7. Replace the cartridge and run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.

Canon Cartridge CL-52 (#52) (Photo Cartridge)

 

Instructions
1. Put the cartridge on some paper towels in an area where you can tolerate a spill.
2. Peal off the top label.
3. You will notice three small holes (too small for a syringe needle to get into). Drill each hole larger with a thumb drill.
4. Fill the syringe with 6 ml. of color ink.
5. Very S-L-O-W-L-Y inject ink into each chamber until the sponge full
6. When finished, replace the top label or leave it off (it will make no difference in the printing).

Canon PGI-5BK, CLI-8 Cartridges

BC-30 Black BJ Cartridge & BCI-3 Black BJ Tank  BC-33 Color BJ Cartridge & BCI-3 Color BJ Tanks  BC-34 Photo BJ Cartridge & BCI-3 Photo BJ Tanks

 

 

 

 

Black & Color Cartridges
1. Cover the outlet hole with the orange outlet seal that came with the cartridge (a rubber band will hold this in place) or with your finger over the outlet port while wearing latex gloves or with some vinyl tape to prevent ink loss during refilling.
2. Use the "L tool" provided to push the Sealing Ball into the cartridge (tap on the 'L tool' if the ball is stuck). If you can't see the ball just above the "push" then peel back the top label on the reservoir side of the cartridge to expose the Sealing Ball. This is the ball Canon used to plug up the hole after they refilled the cartridge. (As an alternative you can drill a small hole into the reservoir side.)
3. Attach the needle to the syringe and fill with the correct color ink.
4. Slowly inject approximately 13 ml. of Black Ink or 6 ml of Color Ink slowly into the filling hole until the chamber is almost full. Unused ink may be returned to the bottle.
5. Seal the hole using the Green Plug. Put your finger on the green plug and twist until it is seated well in the hole. If you drilled a small hole then seal it with a drop of hot glue. This hole must be sealed air tight or all your ink will drip out.
6. Remove the orange outlet seal (or your finger, or the vinyl tape) from the outlet hole.
7. Replace the cartridge and run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.
8. If you have trouble getting your cartridge to print and the sponge side of the cartridge looks dry then drill a hole (or burn a hole with a hot paper clip) into the top of the sponge side of the cartridge. Stick the syringe needle into the sponge and fill with ink. You do not need to seal this hole.
If you are filling cartridges to use later, leave the orange outlet seal rubber banded onto the cartridge. This will prevent your sponge from drying out.
Note: On the CLI-8 and PGI-5 series cartridges, there is an electronic counter embedded in a small computer chip/board. This counter starts at a high number and decreases for every character printed. Eventually, the counter reaches zero. At this point, an error message is generated by the printer. If you click "OK" to the error message, the printer will continue to print.
If you have trouble getting your printer to print because it thinks the cartridges are empty. Look on your printer for an orange blinking light. This is your reset button, usually the paper feed button also. Hold this button in for 5 seconds until the light goes out. Note: this will not reset the ink level back to full.

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Theory
The ink in these cartridges are retained because the cartridges have an internal sponge.
Instructions
Step 1) Put the cartridges on some paper towels in an area where you can tolerate a spill.
Step 2) Turn the cartridge up side down so that the outlet ports of the cartridge are facing upward.
Step 3) Fill the syringe with 4cc of the appropriate color ink. 
Step 4) Drip ink onto the felt pad in the outlet port. The felt pad will quickly absorb the ink into the cartridge. If the felt pad will not soak up any more ink and the ink just sits on top then that chamber is full. Dab a paper towel onto the felt pad to soak up any ink that did not get absorbed into the cartridge.
It goes without saying that you want to put the correct color into the correct chamber. Don't drip yellow ink onto the cyan felt pad and wonder why you are now getting green.
Note: Do not pierce the felt pad with the needle of the syringe.
Step 5) Replace the cartridge and run 1 - 2 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.

Canon Cartridge PG-30 (#30), PG-40 (#40), PG-50 (#50) (Black cartridge)
Instructions
1. Put the cartridge on some paper towels in an area where you can tolerate a spill
2. Drill a hole into the dimple just below the "B".
3. Fill the syringe with 20 ml. of black ink.


 

 

  1. Very S-L-O-W-L-Y inject ink into the drilled hole.
  2. When finished, leave the drilled hole opened.
  3. Replace the cartridge and run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.

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Theory
The ink in these cartridges are retained because the cartridges have an internal sponge.
Instructions
Step 1) Put the cartridges on some paper towels in an area where you can tolerate a spill.
Step 2) Turn the cartridge up side down so that the outlet port of the cartridge is facing upward.
Step 3) Fill the syringe with 3cc of black ink.
Step 4) Drip ink onto the felt pad in the outlet port. The felt pad will quickly absorb the ink into the cartridge. If the felt pad will not soak up any more ink and the ink just sits on top then that chamber is full. Dab a paper towel onto the felt pad to soak up any ink that did not get absorbed into the cartridge.
Note: Do not pierce the felt pad the the needle of the syringe.
Step 5) Replace the cartridge and run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.
If necessary leave cartridge in printer for up to 4 hours to allow the ink to saturate the entire sponge.

Canon Cartridge 210 and 210XL Black Cartridge

Instructions
1. Put the cartridge on some paper towels in an area where you can tolerate a spill.
2. Peal the top label off
3. You will see a very small vent hole in the middle of the cartridge. This hole is too small for a needle to go through so you will have to drill the hole larger.

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. Fill the syringe with 15 ml. of black ink.
5. Very S-L-O-W-L-Y inject ink into the drilled hole.
6. When finished, leave the label off or cut it short and put it back on being sure not to cover up the drilled hole. This will be the cartridge's vent hole.
6. Replace the cartridge and run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.
For best results, leave cartridge in printer for 8 hours after refilling so the ink can saturate the entire sponge.
Note: Each time the cartridge is removed from the printer an "empty cartridge" message appears and a blinking amber light will come on, on the printer. Holding the paper feed (or stop/reset) button down for 3-5 sec. will allow you to override the counter.

Canon Color Cartridge 211 and 211XL
Instructions
1. Put the cartridge on some paper towels in an area where you can tolerate a spill.
2. Peal off the top label.
3. You will notice three small holes (too small for a syringe needle to get into). Drill each hole larger with a thumb drill.
4. Fill the syringe with 5 ml. of color ink.



5. Very S-L-O-W-L-Y inject ink into each chamber until the sponge full
6. When finished, leave the label off or cut it short and put it back on being sure not to cover up the drilled holes. This will be the cartridge's vent holes.

7. Replace the cartridge and run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.
For best results, leave cartridge in printer for 8 hours after refilling so the ink can saturate the entire sponge. (Allows ink to flow to the print head).
Note: Each time the cartridge is removed from the printer an "empty cartridge" message appears and a blinking amber light will come on, on the printer. Holding the paper feed (or stop/reset) button down for 3-5 sec. will allow you to override the counter.

Canon 220 and 221Cartridges


 

 

 

 

Black & Color Cartridges
1. Cover the outlet hole with the orange outlet seal that came with the cartridge (a rubber band will hold this in place) or with your finger over the outlet port while wearing latex gloves or with some vinyl tape to prevent ink loss during refilling.
2. Peel back the top label just enough to expose a dimple in the cartridge. The dimple is just below the hole with a plastic ball in it.
3. Use the thumb drill provided to drill a hole at the dimple into the cartridge. This will be your filling hole.
4. Attach the needle to the syringe and fill with the correct color ink.
5. Slowly inject approximately 9 ml of Black Ink or 4 ml of Color Ink slowly into the filling hole until the chamber is full. Unused ink may be returned to the bottle.
6. Seal the hole using the small set screw and allen wrench provided.
7. Remove the orange outlet seal (or your finger, or the vinyl tape) from the outlet hole (unless you are storing the cartridge for future use).
8.  Replace the cartridge and run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.
Note: On the 220 and 221 series cartridges, there is an electronic counter embedded in a small computer chip/board. This counter starts at a high number and decreases for every character printed. Eventually, the counter reaches zero. At this point, an error message is generated by the printer. If you click "OK" to the error message, the printer will continue to print. If you have trouble getting your printer to print because it thinks the cartridges are empty. Look on your printer for an orange blinking light. This is your reset button, usually the paper feed button also. Hold this button in for 5 seconds until the light goes out. Note: this will not reset the ink level back to full

 

 

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