Question about Canon PIXMA IP5200 InkJet Photo Printer
Every time the printer primes itself, the next few pages get a fat black line on the back. Cleaning the ink off the roller only fixes the problem until the next time the printer primes itself again. Also, it's not easy to clean the roller between the moment the printer primes itself and when it prints the first page.
Why is the printer pumping ink onto the roller, and how can I get it to stop doing it? Or is the ink getting onto the roller from something else?
That's the problem that needs to be fixed.
It is possible that the ink parking station where the heads prime themselves is clogged or full, all ink bled through the heads when priming runs of from here to a resevoir and once this is full you could get spill off that gets transferred through to the rollers. Only way out of this is having the printer serviced, or stripping and servicing the printer yourself.(dirty and messy job)
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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