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White pages Mine is Pixma iP 5000. I've replaced a black ink cartridge . When I clicked on print, printer gives two or more while pages. Kindly advise me. This the first problem I ever met since I bought it.

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Most probably solutions are:-

before replacing cartridge you must remove the seal strip from cartridge.

place the cartridge at proper place.

after replacement you must alligne cartrige.

hope it will fix your problem.

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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