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The printer lighting symbol indicators are messages of replaceable resources either paper or ink. usually the printer is expected to perform until a fault displays a logo either green for functionality, pink of resources shortage, and red for power resources insufficiency. Checking on the printer compartments to ascertian the conditions or replaceabel resources paper, ink, or jams due to paper over loads. Computer messages with printers would display the fault. For example, a printer message on the computer either as print job request unsuccessful or requirng software would be observable from the computer screen.
Sorry to have to break this news to you but if you don't use a printer at least once every few weeks the ink cartridge exit holes dry up and you can't get any ink out of em. There is no fix for this either other than to replace the cartridges. Joe
Changing a printer cartridge is not complex but improper handling of the parts may damage the printer and the cartridge. If the user notices that while printing the ink comes out dry or faded, it may be time to change the ink or the toner. The user will know if it is time to change the toner because instead of a sharp image, one will get a faded image. It is time to change the ink cartridge when the printing comes out spotty or colors are used to replace others —for instance, blue for black or yellow for red. Remember, faded images signal the need to change the toner; spotty printing signals the need to change the ink cartridge get more help for change cartridge . Hope this helps you.
You are getting leakage from one color cartridge to another. Do deep cleaning and run nozzle check. You may have been using non-Cannon inks. They can corrode the ink cartridge seats due to inferrior quality ink. You may need to replace the print head. Check out Cannon web site under this printer support. Print head is in the $50 neighborhood.
If you refilled the ink cartridges, this can happen. Kodak uses pigment based inks, the others use dye based inks. Also, make sure your printer is set for normal photo printing, rather than special effects.