My printer wont print the page i wont on my pc,and i cant get any black letters to print,i,ve deep clean all colour,s but still cant print black letters,i dont think its set up right on my pc,i,ve bought new black&yellow cartridge&red&blue is ok,
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Remove the print head and cartridges.
Take 1 ounce ammonia to 7 ounces of hot tap water ,mix in bowl and let the head set in it for 30 minutes.
Ink ports in the solution.
Thoroughly dry the head and re-insert.
Do a deep clean and try again.
If that does not work remove head and spray some WD40 on the head eject nozzles.(head upside down)
Be careful not to get the WD on any rubber part.
First of all the print head is clogged just because you have tried to print repeatedly while some of the cartridges are empty. This results ink burn in the nozzle and clog. My recipe: Heat some drinking water in the kettle (70-80 C). Put the head in it and shake gently several times until ink is completely clean (10 minutes). Change the water do the same again. Change the water again (70-80 C) this time put a spoon full of apple vinegar (becomes a natural acidic solution very dilute) shake again, clean with cotton stick. I did it and started to love my mp800 again as much as I just bought it, all colours come back and started to print superior photos again......
Inkjet printers need to be used frequently to prevent inkdrying out in the print head nozzles. If the print head cleaning maintenance routine does not clear the blockages,then print head needs replacing, but it may be expensive. It may be more cost effective to buy a later model and better printer thanreplace the print head.
There's a couple of things, the printheads wear out and need replacing now and then which is probably your problem, also there's an update to the printers firmware available to Canon service centers which helps the purge assembly clean the black even better. The printhead is QY6-0052-000 aprox. $50.00.
The colour cartridge is badly clog. put tissue with warm/hot water below the head, wait for about 30 minutes. If tissue is coloured, the dried ink inside head is out. Is it not, do suction from the outlet pipe of head cleaning mechanics.
The other week I had the black print head clog up, requiring daily nozzle deep cleaning [a normal 'ocassional' maintenance function]. Thought I needed a new Print head, so anything worth a try.
I loaded up an old black cartridge [I load all my own......always have] with Isopropyl Alcohol and ran deep clean on that cartridge a couple of times, then repeat printed [6 times] a page full of the number 8 in about half inch character size, to get the alcohol through the nozzles. then Deep cleaned again 3 times, to wash it through the print head.
I reloaded the normal ink filled cartridge and ran the '8' page again till I got good black output. It has now been working without problem, daily, for over a week. Clearly if it's a Magenta only problem, the cleaning as described above would be a bit different, as the magenta is one of 4 colour cartridges.
My printer does quite a lot of work, and was bought at least a couple of years ago, being used daily for alpha numeric and photo printing work. This was the first difficulty I experienced with it.
Hope the above might help.Ken