The module usblp MUST be running in recent Mint versions or mtink will not work -- found that out the hard way when I upgraded to Mint 16 and mtink stopped working.
There might be a hidden file (.mtincrc) in your $Home folder. Mine contains the following entries:
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PRINTER: Artisan 730
You could try a couple of things.
First, if the file is there, experiment with the "PORT" line until you get one that finds the printer.
Second, rename the file to something else, so that when you run mtink again, a screen pops up allowing it to search for the printer.