Question about Canon Pixma iP2700 InkJet Photo Printer
My Canon PIXMA IP2700 Prints blank pages. The head moves like if it's printing something and the page passes through the printer but goes out with no print at all. No errors mentioned in my pc, so i don't know where to start. I just refilled the cartridges. I tried using this in both my Windows 8 pc and my Windows 8 laptop. Also in another windows 7 pc, getting the same results so i'm guessing it's a printer issue.
Posted by Anonymous on
Click on devices and printers, right click on the printer image , then trouble shooter and follow instructions. the heads may be blocked if not used for some time . I have been told there is a chip that stops the head from working after several cartridge changes.
Posted on Apr 19, 2015
Testimonial: "Hi, i tried the trouble shooter but it doesn't detect anything. I thought the the cartridges were blocked but i checked and their not. About the chip that stops the head from working, this is the same pair of cartridges, i just refilled for the first time."
Make sure the contact points of both printhead catridges are allign to the printer carriage
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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