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Erratic print with canon ip 4300 printer

I have a text document that is a series of Text box's sized 150mm by 20mm high to form a table. When I try to print it out either with or without text inserted the printer will only print to boxes & or text sporadically, printing the top text box border & two lines of text,then jumping two lines , then printing the cycle again. I have carried out all the usual cleaning & deep cleaning Plus nozzle alignment & removal & flushing of Print Head together with re loading the latest operating system, please can someone help

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The document should be formatted as a table with text inserted rather that a group of text boxes.

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I have the same problem.  I turned off the printer, then selected "auto head alignment from the printer's maintenance menu and it worked! 
Menu -> Maintenance/Settings -> Maintenance -> Auto Head Align

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Hi it's Gill again. I've been looking around more on the net and I think the problem is our printers need new printheads which I'm told are spare parts easy to change. Hope this helps. Gill

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SOURCE: I have deep cleaned print head several times.

For pavster:

There may be multiple reasons why your prints are blank. To resolve this problem, we have an easy Step-by-Step Solutions and Repair tool.

Within the tool, select Print quality, then Blank prints. .

http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/repair/troubleshooting/troubleshooting.jhtml?pq-path=10355

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Clean the printhead, then print a demo sheet.

  1. Verify that inkjet paper is loaded in the paper trays.
  2. On your desktop, start the KODAK All-in-One Home Center, then select the Help [?] icon.
  3. From the Help menu, select Maintenance, then select Printhead Cleaning. The On/Off light flashes green during the cleaning procedure.
  4. When the On/Off light glows a steady green, press Photo and Copy simultaneously to print a demo sheet.
Is the Demo printout giving the same result?


If so, you may need to replace the printhead. This is a very common problem with this model.
You have to contact Kodak to be sent a new printhead to fix the problem. You click through the support on Kodak and then they automatically send out a new print head. To get the link to this on-line support chat with the live tech support and they can direct you where to go to find this solution.


Kodak Live phone support is available in English and Spanish at 1-800-421-6699, 9 A.M. to midnight Eastern time, 7 days a week.

Click on this link or copy and paste the complete link into your browser.
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe

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The printer has a plastic band that runs from one side to the other. The print head has a sensor that passes over it each time it moves. The band is a little transparent and appears to have vertical lines in it. That needs to be cleaned. 

  1. Remove power from the printer, 
  2. Wipe it clean, 
  3. Move the head manually to other side to clean the other areas.
Hope this helps.

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