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When printing pictures, there are faint white vertical lines on

Them. I'm using a Canon pixma ip4000 printer. I've already cleaned, deep cleaned, print head alignment. I dont know how to take print head off to clean. Is that what I need to do and how do I do that? Thank you.

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Cleaning usually doesn't help that printhead much. A new one QY6-0049-000 is around $40.00. You remove by lifting the gray handle on the left after removing all the inks.

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