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CANON PRINTER PROBLEMS!!!

I replaced both cartridges because it is saying that the Ink isrunning low,but it still says in the pop up icon, that it is "low" and there is 2 new cartridges(just opened from the sealed boxes!!!) in this unit!!!
it will print only half of the words occasionally,what i mean is, that the top half of the word( is missing especially Capitals letters,half of the top of them is missing,and then ocassionally the middle of the words is missing

could ANYONE tell me what is needing to be done to rectify this one at purple_hemi_426@hotmail .com

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I would try a nozzel check and first and if your missing a few top black squares in the chart then i would say to buy yourself to a new printhead and this should cure your fault

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