Question about Canon PIXMA iP4000 InkJet Photo Printer
I suggest you burn the worthless printer and never buy canon pruduct ever. It will save you the worries
Posted on May 01, 2007
Cleaning cycles use ink. So it's no wonder it got worse, the ink level went down. Are you 100% sure that the black cart is full? they can give a wrong reading on occasion. what makes you think its full? Could be also that you need to replace the head- the part the cart fits into. generally they don't last more than 18 months.] Another possibility is that the black is indeed full, but dry. Put a wet sponge to the nozzle, see if it soaks up a decent amount of ink. Good luck
Posted on Jun 08, 2006
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