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My Pixma iP6600D is spitting ink splotches

My Pixma iP6600D photo printer has recently started dripping ink blotches on the prints, cleaning the heads did not improve the situation, suggestions?

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Posted on Jan 08, 2008

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SOURCE: Black ink not printing

1. turn off the printer and open the front panel of printer
2. clean right side box wr all cartridge are stop
3. then change black cartridge

Posted on Mar 04, 2008

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If you look on the net this problem is very common. There is a good idea that seems to have helped heaps of people on fixyourowncomputer.com using WD-40. Worth checking it out

Posted on Mar 27, 2008

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SOURCE: canon bjc-85 printer doesn't print anymore

My 1st brand new cartridge and ink tanks did not work. I took them out and put in my other new ink cartridge and ink tanks, and now it works fine. 

Posted on Aug 06, 2008

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my friend who is a computor t echnician came to see if he could fix it and he did. he had to go into my pixma ip6600d photo printer from the back of it and tilt it , he then discovered one of the inks were not fully in and thats why it wouldn,t move, he then pushed down on top of the 6inks with a pencil and the inks were all even and they started moving freely again. I hope this works for others as it is a great photo printer.

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

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