Question about Canon Pixma iX6520 InkJet Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When you open your top cover (with power on of course) your print carriage will move across to the centre of the printer. Remove your ink tanks (same way you always would) and the place where the cartridges sit is actually your printhead. To remove it you need to lift the small gray arm on the side of the carriage upward. Now the printhead itself will just slide out. Replace with new one same procedure as removal reversed.
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
OK lift the gray lever up and remove the cartridges, look just below the gray lever and you will see two rounded protrousions inside towards the rear of the black box, grasp these protrousions with your thumbs and forfingers and gently pull toward you, ther may be some resestance but pull smoothly do not ****, the print head will come out. There are no wires to disconnect the circuits are touch circuits.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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You can try ebay or Canon them selves, the trouble is they cost about £50, as much a new printer.
Alternatively you could try cleaning the head, its probably only blocked with dry ink. But not using the printer software, you'll have to get hold of a printer head cleaning kit, I've seen them on ebay you'll probably also get them from ink suppliers.
Posted on Sep 23, 2010
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Almost surely it's the printer - its settings don't match the settings from the Photoshop and the image.
Simple test: export the final image as a jpg or tiff, close Photoshop then try to print the image at the specified dimensions. If you can you will need to change the settings in Photoshop, if you can't the settings in the printer.
Posted on Sep 09, 2011
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