Question about Canon PIXMA iP8500 InkJet Photo Printer
Printing any photos on photo paper show way too much green.
Used to be fine, anyone know what setting might be changed, if if there is another problem?
It is unlikely that the sudden appearance of a green hue is due to the printhead or drivers going belly up. If the images on photo paper are OK when using the plain paper setting but have a severe green/blue hue when using the higher photo settings it is likely that the photocyan cartridge has been contaminated with cyan ink. Throw the contaminated PCyan cartridge away and fit a guaranteed photocyan cartridge (OEM or compat). Carry out a deep clean and run several plain papers through on a high photo setting. The green hue will gradually disappear.
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
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