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I have this 5B00 error with my MG2522 canon printer/scaner
please let me know the way to correct this, I dont have any ink leakage, but if you also let me know how to actually clean the tank I will do it for sure, my printer is working very good (I love canon printers and cameras) I will hate to yunk it just because of this creapy counter firmware bug, please let me know steps to reset that counter, I will really appreciate your help and support
While you may be able to replace the ink absorber in your PIXMA MG2522, there is a software utility needed to reset the printer. This utility is proprietary and not not available to the general public.
You are eligible for Canon's Upgrade Program. This is for out of warranty units which have been diagnosed to require service, or for some reason are incompatible with a new or upgraded system. This option allows you a one-time opportunity to purchase a replacement product, discounted from the list price.
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I have been a loyal Canon user for years, and was very happy with my MG2520. Then I had the error messages indicating that the ink absorber was full and followed directions on line to rinse it out. But the error code continued. I followed instructions on line (several different methods) to try to eliminate the code. No luck, and evidently, according to Patrick, the reset is proprietary. I tried Geek Squad and they could do nothing. It is ridiculous and counter-productive not to release the method to reset codes, or to charge extra for it. If the printer had simply broken after years of loyal service I would happily have bought a new Canon. Instead I must junk this one, and have bought an Epson. I will never buy another Canon product again.