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sounds like its only receiving half the data. try these step... uninstall printer from your device... reinstall printer to device... if youre using a smartphone or tablet, switch to a pc... press and hold the cancel button on the printer... turn it off for 60 seconds then power it... run the nozzle cleaner function, then try again
Hello, try this and let me know.
Remove the printer data cable & restart the PC & printer. Then fit back the data cable & turn on the printer. Hope that's start working , if no luck then Uninstall the printer driver & restart the PC & Printer both again. Now install the driver of the printer and connect it with PC ,Turn on printer & go for a test print from the printer preference. Thanks & waiting for your reply.
I had the same issue ,I had to unscrew the top and then undo the screws that attach the green board with the processing unit on it ,then you will be able to see the cartridge .Now push the cartridge down with screwdriver at the end furthest away from the opening ,or lift the printing mechanism and slide the cartridge out .this will fix the problem of the stuck cartridge ,but I had the same problem with the next cartridge so will probably end up throwing the thing out .
make sure the external card is activated, and make sure the pics reside on your pc, if you are trying to transport directly from an outside web source to the camera you'll just be confusing the computer. It may have worked at one time (luckily I may add) but by now the drivers are so corrupt that the process has fallen null. Otherwise reinstall the dock drivers to transfer the pics from a safe place on your PC to your Camera only. Good Luck!
Lines in printouts indicate lots of issues. Clogged printheads...even in a new printer, damaged cartridge, or air bubbles in ink. Take out the cartridges, clean the heads and the docks printhead, replace and try again. If no success, try standinf the cartidges upside down on wet paper towel, and bleed ink a little. This eliminates air bubbles. Try printing now. Clean heads with printer program too. If still no success, follow consumer rights which says you are entitled to a product doing what it says it should for a reasonable amount of time (if it turns out to be a faulty dock. Try a new cartridge too after claening to eliminate damaged cartridge.
the jack that is affixed to the board has already been damaged beyond repair, which means that if it were ripped out the odds of micro soldering those connections are not likely, (I've tried similar on cell phones they us a chemical soldering method and precision heating to make the connection, bet bet is to find a camera connection for the camera and transfer pics to the cam to print on the dock. Good Luck