Question about Canon PIXMA iP4000 InkJet Photo Printer
Canno ip 4000:
please go to the maintenance tab.
This you will find if you try to print anything.
In the print box >go to properties>go to maintence
Here the following Maintenance option are there:
Before your start maintenance, please check whether all print tanks have ink in them
Do a Nozzle check first, this will indicate where you have the problem. Once identified, you can do a color cleanig or a deep cleaning.
Do a Nozzle check again.
You could repeat this cycle about three times or so.
If your problem still persists, then its probably the Print head with jammed nozzles.
Please let me know whether you could solve it.
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Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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