Question about Canon Bundle:i-SENSYS MF8050CN Colour Laser Multifunctional Print
The color printing comes out in washed out colors and sometimes a colored stripe down the edge of the page. Printing of characters is blurred
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try new injet cartidges. If your printer has separate head and ink combo, replace the jets. The high quality mode operates the piezo jets at full power and lower setting can cause jets not to open as far. On some preinters, your particalar problem can be the result of too thin paper and the economy setting being used. Use 18lb or 20lb paper and see if it still does it on normal print mode.
Posted on Apr 29, 2007
make sure your printer printed an initialisation or alignment sheet once you installed the new cartridge.
you can try a partial reset of the printer and check if the printer prints fine,also there is an option of cartridge calibration in the printer properties or the printer software installed in your computer
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
The printer has determined the quality of the work you are attempting to print to be substandard.
This is a standard feature on these printers.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
It sounds like you have a severly clogged print head. The nozzles are likely gummed up and need to be cleaned. To do this, you need to inserta new set of OEM cartridges. Run the deep cleaning utiliity a half dozen times and then the alignment utility. This should clear the problem.
You have most likely been using aftermarket/reloaded cartridges with inks that do not meet the manufacturer's specifications. I would take them back to the vendor and ask for either a refund of replacements. If you are going to continue to use these cartridges, I would take out the OEM cartridges, reseal the two openings on the cartridge ( use electrician's tape) so that they can be used to clear the nozzles should they again become clogged with aftermarket ink.
Let me know if this solves your problem.
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
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