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How Do I Change the Ink in my Canon MP280 Printer?
- Ensure that your printer is on.
- Open the output tray for paper and then, raise the printer cover. Use the support to hold the printer cover open.
- The cartridge carriage will automatically move so wait for it to completely stop moving before you proceed.
- Pinch the ink cartridge's tab. Next, raise the locking cover of the empty cartridge tp remove it.
- Get your new Canon PIXMA 280 ink cartridge. Open it over a sink or garbage can to avoid any messes in case it leaks as sometimes, factories tend to overfill ink cartridges.
- Remove the covering tape that is usually bright in color as well as the plastic protective case, if there is, before installing it.
- Insert the Canon MP280 printer ink on the appropriate slot for its color. You should hear a snap indicating that it's locked in place.
- Close the cartridge locking cover.
- Slightly lift the printer cover so you can lower down the support back to its position.
- Close the printer cover.
Most Common Canon MP280 Ink Cartridges Questions
- What ink does a Canon MP280 use?
- Canon PIXMA MP280 printer is compatible with Canon PG-210 black and CL-211 tricolor ink cartridges. It also uses the high yield Canon PG-210XL black and CL-211XL tricolor ink which can print more pages compared to standard yield ink for this printer. If you are looking for a cheaper option, CompAndSave is offering a replacement Canon MP280 ink cartridges with genuine-like quality and satisfaction but at a much lesser price.
- Is it possible for printer ink to dry out?
- Yes, printer ink will dry out if left unused for a long period of time. It will be best to use your printer at least once every week to avoid such issues or even run a regular printhead cleaning to prevent your ink from clogging or drying out given that it is still within its shelf life.