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As simple a QTR (a 50$ RIP) will produce neutral BW under any kind of light...probably Epson just not mention the use of it when they provide sample print, that im This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Black comes out fine. the printing work proper, but suddenly while i print a photo color the magenta color is dissappear and its has replaced a green color,i have replaced a drum color and cleaning http://linux4newbie.com/canon-pixma/canon-pixma-ip3000-ink.html

So far, I have no other answers. Deep Cleaning is a last-ditch method meant to try to clear a clogged printhead. I've got a Canon Pixma IP4000 which has suddenly started printing out with a green cast and no vibrancy to the images. Have read all the posts and cleaned with WD40, accetone, naptha and alcohol (overnight).

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Question about Canon PIXMA Office Equipment & Supplies 1 Answer Have changed the inkjets to ...prints with a yellowy green tinge on everything. Yet all of the colors are fine when checked yet. heres how... 1.

Do you think I did deep clean it too much? Remember that your printer lines are still charged with the original ink. I checked the cartridge also and it doesn't seem to be leaking. Got printer about 2 months ago.

After about 5 minutes, the green begins to slowly fade.Looking at prints I made a few hours ago, the green has mostly faded to reveal the dark brown floor color.Have you I never use Deep Cleaning, instead I use what are called cleaning cartridges. Black comes out fine. Thanks, Ann I forgot to ask, are these genuine Canon cartridges ?

Colors on the cartridge are mixed ... Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? by unknown on Dec 21, 2005 at 2:01pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Same problem! The problem is that it prints every other line or half of a line.

I typically use the Canon iP6700D SP2 or SP3 profile with the glossy paper.After researching the problem, I have tried all of the following with little success:Align the printheads (both auto/manual)Cleaning Can I service it myself? 04-22-2007, 09:03 AM #5 jflan TSF Enthusiast Join Date: May 2005 Location: Vancouver, WA Posts: 935 OS: XP/Puppy 2.14 Quote: Originally Posted by Took the print head out. steve_lyt said: ↑ it is a printer issue i will ask him later.

It's as if the printer is not sending the signal to the color heads. see here Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Thread Status: Not open for further replies. The printing was fine and now the color is distorted.

I don't understand how you perform the operation, since WD40 is a non aqueous, non water-soluble liquid ? As for me, the next time it happens (cross fingers), I will immediately replace the LM or M cartridges. - 1 | 2 Next Last Back to top Notify The paper feed mode prints only 1' x 2' in the upper left hand corner. this page I had done some checkings with the heads/nozzles using Epson diagnostic tests and performed some nozzle cleaning.

Eric, did it ever occur to you that using a RIP would had solve and will solve your problem? Can anyone tell me if this is a hardware/software, driver/application problem?James Ryon by unknown on Dec 16, 2009 at 11:33am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Could be a I also noticed that my USB Optical Mouse's light was no longer on.

POAH, Sep 8, 2010 Share #2 PsiFox Prefers Mac over PC any day Messages: 8,709 Name: Mark Edit My Images: Yes Make and model of monitor?

When I took the printhead out and looked at the bottom of it it would usually have a lot of ink on the bottom of it. I'm running Mac OS 10.3 on G4. Your suggestion to disable color management in the application and let the printer driver handle the profiles is actually consistent with a Canon ICC Profile Guide that I found elsewhere on You've given me a couple of good leads to try out.Trev Reply Reply with quote Complain michaelcclark66 • New Member • Posts: 1 Re: I'll try it on a

Jimmy_Lemon, Sep 8, 2010 Share #4 scraggs Messages: 2,569 Name: Keith Edit My Images: Yes Have you tried printing a nozzle test to see if you have any blockages ? At some time, I had to change the LK and LM inks. Not sure if it's related but I performed Monitor Calibration with Spyder 3 Pro a few weeks ago but don't remember if failing at that time. http://linux4newbie.com/canon-pixma/canon-pixma-ip1600-driver.html I can not believe that the printhead would be so faulty that it would cause this problem.

I want to say magenta but I can't remember clearly. Tilting it a bit, I can see that the film left on the sides of the tank appears to be yellow.Your thought is not a bad one though ... Maybe would work 4 or so more pictures and mess up again. Have you gone to Canon site and downloaded the latest drivers.

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Don't be shy about taking out the print heads in this printer -- it's very easy. Learn More. Low ink cartridges could cause not enough ink to be used to make a certain shade of gray or black and thus causing ... Tried 2 new cartridges2 x cleaning2 x deep cleaningRed is going, going gone..Whats this WD40 thing?

After about 10 minutes, the milky green cast started to fade. No, create an account now. Filter By: copiers ink hp cartridge paper color using cleaning 598 questions posted Ask a Question Usually answered in minutes! by computerlen on Jul 30, 2012 at 4:54pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 I've had trouble printing regular black line-work.