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Printhead cleaning the printer says to clean the printhead. in the manu i chose to clean it, but the warning won't go away. Does the printhead need to be replaced?

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Turn the printer off.
Turn the printer on.
Restart your computer.
Try to print -- has the message vanished?

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Before you spend $5-600 on a new printhead that could also dry out or clog .... replace the last new ink tank you installed with a new one from a reliable source to insure this problem is not actually a bad ink tank. After repeated tank changes, call Canon Tech Support.

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