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Canon pixma iP2000 no yellow will print

I have gone through all of the option -clean,deep clean, etc

new ink and it prints perfect on the test but no yellow

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  • adeane Jan 16, 2009

    I have the same problem with the magenta, please can sombody help as I cannot aford to buy a new one.

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I purchassed a new cartridge and it worked

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Have you tried cleaning the ink pads on the print head using a can of compressed air and blowing from the inside outwards, taking the print head off first. You can usually buy a tin of compressed air in somewhere like PC world.

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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