Canon MP 500 Black line printing on the back of the page.
I have done the printer maintence and no help. Line is think and saturated. I cannot see any ink leaking.I AM HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM WITH A THICK DARK LINE OF BLACK INK PRINTING ON THE BACK OF THE PAGE. I HAVE TRIED THE CLEANINGS AND STUFF IN THE MAINTENANCE. I AM SUSPECTING A PRINT CARTRIDGE PROBLEM. 1-19-09
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I called the local Canon printer repair facility, and a serviceman said that the black line is caused by too much ink in the ink absorber device below the paper path. He said to fix it requires disassembling part of the printer, replacing the absorber foam, installing a longer tip for the excess ink, and reassembling and testing the printer. I asked if this would be a permanent fix. He said no, that the problem could reoccur as the absorber foam would eventually fill up again.
I have exactly the same problem with a Canon Pixma MP800, I have cleaned the rollers, changed the ink cartridges and reset the printer. It will print a few pages cleanly then dump black ink on the roller which leaves a heavy black line on the back of the page. It fades away after printing about 10 pages and then a few pages later appears again. The printer is two years old and it looks as if I must buy another. Should I buy another Canon?
Hi , look some used injection cyrene to suck up the used ink , take cover suck up all ink by reversing injection put in clean jar .after all ink finished cover it try to print from first time some print some black mark after tthree or four times maybe no more.