Question about Canon PIXMA iP4000 InkJet Photo Printer
Are you trying to print
1). photgraphs in colour
2). Photographs in B&W
2). plain text
In canon iP4000, you can do a Nozzle check by going to the maintenance.
Go to print anything from a word file or an excel file > in the print box > go to Properties> go to Maintenance.
Here you can do Cleaning, Deep Cleaning, Print head Alignment and Nozzle check.
If your Nozzle check matches the check pattern(this you will find once the Nozzle Check gives a print), then it possible that either the right paper is not put in or your master could be very dark. Alternatively you could reduce the print setting to Standard...
Let me know if the above solves your problem..if not we can do some more trouble shooting.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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