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1) Press the Ink button -> Test Print -> then choose Print Quality -> the printer will then go through and print a series of small squares in each of the four colors in the shape of parallelograms. If you see any gaps in parallelograms then you will be asked asked to clean the cartridge, do so. -> Just keep repeating process until there are no gaps
2) Then I did an Alignment check right after the cleaning through pretty much same process:
Press Ink button-> Test Print -> then choose Alignment-> and make sure the patterns match to the closest number
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There is a firmware update for the Lexmark Pro900 Series printer that addresses print quality issues. Please visit the Lexmark website to download and install the Lexmark Pro900 Series Firmware Update. After successfully updating your printer, try to print, scan or make a copy again to verify that the problem is fixed. Should the problem continue, it might be a printhead problem. Please contact Lexmark Technical Support Center for further assistance.
Try to use the Lexmark All-In-One Center Application on your computer to adjust the darkness of your prints. On your computer, click on Start > Prorgrams > Lexmark 2600 Series folder > select All-In-One Center. From the Copy tab, select "darken" copies. For printing, Normal or Best mode in the Print Setup properties before sending the print job to the printer for printing. Should you still need assistance, please leave a comment to my response and I'll get back to you. Should this resolves your problem, your rating will be greatly appreciated.
Please follow the below mentioned steps to Reset Canon Pixma MPC190 Printers.
1.Enter the service mode SERVICE MODE - pressing buttons Menu, Copy, Scan, Copy, Copy 2.Choose TEST MODE. 3.Select 8 PRINTER TEST TEST MODE. 4.Choose 3, EEPROM CLEAR 5.Select 0, INK COUNT 6.Press the Set button. 7.Click Stop / Reset button (return to item 3), and again press the ON / OFF
This should resolve the problem. For any further assistance please reply back.
Try connecting the printer to a direct wall outlet and not to a surge protector
try a partial reset
for this you need to unplug the power cable from the printer press and hold the # and the 3 buttons on the front panel and then replug the cable, do not release the fingers until you see the LCD lit up.
let the printer initialize itself and then try making a black and white copy if it makes a copy ,it should definitely scan now. for any clarifications or assistance ,feel free to contact me.
I have found that when scanning b/w documents, its helpful to start with a black and white copy, not a grayscale, pen written, or printed form a printer in grayscale mode copy, but a true black and white on the copier or fax copy. The scanner doesnt read shades of black so well and when scanning multiple page documents, my pixma tends to scan in lightly. I havent found a piece of software to do just this, batch darken what has been scanned (at least not for free). Copying before scanning is the work around. Hope this helps everyone who's had this problem. It also doesnt hurt to darken what your scanning down a notch when copying