If you own a Canon printer, you may have encountered error 1730, which is often associated with ink cartridges that have run out of genuine Canon ink. This error message can be frustrating, as it prevents you from using your printer until the issue is resolved. This post will explain what error 1730 means and how you can bypass the low ink warning to continue using your printer.
What is Error 1730?
Error 1730 is a standard error message on Canon printers when the printer detects that the ink cartridge has run out of genuine Canon ink.
How to Bypass the Low Ink Warning
If you have recently refilled your ink cartridge or believe that it still has ink, there are a few steps you can take to bypass the low ink warning and continue using your printer. Here’s how to do it:
Step 1: Send something to the printer to print. You should receive the error code or a message saying the cartridge is out of ink.
Step 2: Press and hold the “Stop/Reset” button on your printer for at least five seconds. You may need to do this for each cartridges.
Step 3: Your document should now print. You will be able to print until the cartridge is empty.
Following these steps, you can bypass the low ink warning and continue using your Canon printer. However, remember to replace or refill your ink cartridges once it is empty to avoid damage to your printer.
Error 1730 is a standard error message appearing on Canon printers when the ink cartridge runs out of the original ink. If you encounter this error message, you can bypass the low ink warning by following the steps outlined above. If you continue to experience issues with your printer, contact a professional printer refiller for assistance.