Question about Canon PIXMA iP3500 Printer
When printing a multicolour page, any blue prints perfectly for a couple of centimetres, then rapidly peters out. That's it for cyan until the next day, when it will print similarly. All other colours/black are fine. Canon nozzle deep clean temporarily clears it. The actual image when it starts is perfect, it just seems to run out of cyan ink. New Canon cyan cartridge is in use - I replaced this at first but made no difference. Nozzle head test page shows no bad spots. Is there a blockage between the tank and the actual heads? Can I obtain a new head assembly in the UK if all else fails?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
> replaced the print head
Did you replace the tri-colour ink-cartridge, or did you replace the print-head mechanism?
Are you sure that the CYAN part of the ink-cartridge is not empty?
Posted on Mar 09, 2011
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