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My printer worked for a couple days fine after the last time you sent me a solution, however when I moved a few days ago, and tried to set it up, the same problem now. (won't print black). I have tried all the solutions you sent before with no luck. Anything else I can try? I'd removed and cleaned the printer head previously and it didn't help, then did the alcohol rub that you suggested and that made it work last time. But not this time. Also tried using nail polish remover as someone else sug

Posted by GJ Walker on Mar 15, 2011

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Canon

Product Troubleshooting for Canon


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Hello!here is what you need to do1. Remove the ink tank.2. Remove the print head, Cleaning the print head using a moistened cotton / paper / tissue, may not be the exact solution because its just the first remedy when encountering this problem. Take out the print head and soaked it to water with ammonia solution. Leave it overnight. You can also use canned air to blow the small tube in the print head to unclogged once you have taken it out from the water with ammonia.These links will give you a better understanding on how to clean and unclog the print head for canon printer. http://www.castleink.com/_a-clean-canon-print-heads.htmlLet me know how it goes.Please do accept if after following my solution it fixed your problem.Thanks
Cleaning the print head using a moistened cotton / paper / tissue, may not be the exact solution because its just the first remedy when encountering this problem. Take out the print head and soaked it to water with ammonia solution. Leave it overnight. You can also use canned air to blow the small tube in the print head to unclogged once you have taken it out from the water with ammonia.These links will give you a better understanding on how to clean and unclog the print head for canon printer. http://www.castleink.com/_a-clean-canon-print-heads.htmlLet me know how it goes.Please do accept if after following my solution it fixed your problem.Thanks
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