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Broken ink Sensor error

I have a Canon BJC-610.  When I try to print I get a error, Ink Sensor broken.  What does this mean and how do I fix it?
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mgohanna
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mgohanna
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vikiingCommented:
The majority of ink-jet printers has an ink sensor used to detect the amount of ink remaining in the cartridge. When cartridges goes empty, the driver will notify you.

Unfortunately, it seems that driver (perhaps the printer itself) doesn't allow to work without the sensor in perfect conditions; thus, I think you have no choice other than carrying printer to service.
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jrhelgesonCommented:
What error codes is it giving you?  Which lights blink, and how many beeps?  This information will enable to pinpoint the exact problem and enable us to arrive at your solution.

Joel
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JBWILLIAMSCommented:
The  Canon BJC 610 has a known problem with the INk sensor testing as bad or giving the error as such. What you need to do is either call canon or hit the web site:
http://www.ccsi.canon.com/goto.shtml?/bjc/index.html 
 
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jrhelgesonCommented:
This question has been dormant since 12-21-1998, Are you still interested in this issue or should this question be archived?
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