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    Hidden/Service menu on MF8350Cdn?

    Does anyone know if there's a hidden/service menu on the MF8350Cdn? I'd like to browse through it to see if I can stop it from refusing to print when the cartridges are just half empty (the HP version of the printer has this option in the user menu for any user to easily change to let the printer run the cartridges completely dry).

    I'm hoping there's a hidden menu to allow this on the Canon.

    Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by aab1 View Post
    Does anyone know if there's a hidden/service menu on the MF8350Cdn? I'd like to browse through it to see if I can stop it from refusing to print when the cartridges are just half empty (the HP version of the printer has this option in the user menu for any user to easily change to let the printer run the cartridges completely dry).

    I'm hoping there's a hidden menu to allow this on the Canon.

    Thanks
    Yes there is, cheers


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    So what's the key combination to access it on this model?

    When I tried to guess it on my $700 HP inkjet I accidentally found the "format memory" combination before finding the service menu, so I'd rather know it than guess.


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    Quote Originally Posted by aab1 View Post
    So what's the key combination to access it on this model?

    When I tried to guess it on my $700 HP inkjet I accidentally found the "format memory" combination before finding the service menu, so I'd rather know it than guess.
    Go on have a go, its easy


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    Hidden/Service menu on MF8350Cdn?

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    Stop it! Just stop it!

    You know, I worked very hard to reach the second place on the "Top Thread Starters" stats, but now I'm getting worried that you might catch up - and you're not even a real techie!

    Stop! You're making me nervous!

    ' "But the salesman said . . ." The salesman's an asshole!'
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    'You will always find some Eskimo ready to instruct the Congolese on how to cope with heat waves.'

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    I may not be a certified tech but I can still fix most printer, and pretty much any other machines, problems.

    Things I fixed recently:
    -HP business inkjet, replaced carriage motor after over 200 000 prints:
    -Fixed clothes dryer that would only run for as long as I held down the "start" button
    -Fixed a $1300 fully automatic espresso machine I bought broken on ebay for $130:
    -Roomba robot vacuum that kept giving a "main brush stall" error after a few seconds of running
    -And many other things


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    What do you want, a fucking round of applause?

    Computers are serious tools, Michael!

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    No thanks, I won't hear it unless there's a video chat function on this forum


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    Well, there's plenty to choose from!

    ' "But the salesman said . . ." The salesman's an asshole!'
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    'You will always find some Eskimo ready to instruct the Congolese on how to cope with heat waves.'

    Ibid

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    But that's not really you clapping, is it?


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