Canon Service Tool V3400 for resetting waste ink tank counter

Canon Service Tool V3400 allow you to reset the printer waste ink counter.

It solves the message "waste ink tank full" or leds orange et green blinking 8 times on these Canon printers:
  • Canon Pixma iP2700, iP4800, iP4810, iP4840, iP4900, iP4910, iP4940, iP4970, iP4980, iP4990, iP5810, iP5880
  • Canon Pixma MP230, MP270, MP280, MP490
  • Canon Pixma IX6500, IX6510
  • Canon Pixma IP3600
  • Canon Pixma PRO9000
  • Canon Pixma MG2120. MG2140, MG2240, MG3140, MG4140, MG5140, MG5240, MG5340, MG6140, MG6240, MG8140, MG8240

Where to find the Service Tool V3400 ?

Here is a paying version:
It should be possible to find a free version, but check the link for any trojan or virus.

How to use Service Tool V3400 ?
  • Unzip the file.
  • Set the printer in Service Mode:
- Power OFF the printer by Power button.
- Connect the printer with USB cable to the PC.
- Press and hold Resume button (red triangle in the red circle) and press Power button
- Hold both buttons until power on indicator will light then release Resume button (dont release Power button) and press Resume button 5 times
- Release all buttons (the printer will blink few times with green light and will then light green constantly).
  • Run the Service Tool V3400.exe program.
  • Select the connected USB port number from USB PORT
  • In the Ink Absorber Counter section of the Service Tool, select MAIN from the Absorber pull-down menu.
  • From the Counter Value (%) pull-down menu, select the value (in 10% increments) which is the closest to the actual counter value confirmed before replacement of the logic board, and click SET
  • Error 002
  • Error 006


Anthony Phillips said...

Do not bother following the link to the site to purchase the reset tool. I have already tried purchasing this tool and after takingmy money, I received an e-mail with a binary file which my AV says is suspicious and removes it. You DO NOT get a zip file containing the program which they allegedly say you pay for. DO NOT be conned as I have been. Oh and by the way, an e-mail to their `SUPPORT` yields no results either. Stay well away from this program

Anonymous said...

if you paid by c/card raise a charge back with your c/card provider. Non receipt of advertised product.