Question about Canon i860 InkJet Photo Printer
Print head temperature rise 
I would assume that the cleaning efforts resulted in oveheating the print heads.
Please ensure that you have sufficient ink, as ink acts as a lubricant for the heads.If you try to use them while empty it is equivalent to driving a car without oil.
Take your time..
Verify ink is in all cartridges.
Remove paper jam
let the printer cool off (heads)
Chances are the head alignment is not necessary and you are low on one of the inks...
Try this test program (Page) to isolate low colors...
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Canon i860
Have a look at the yellow cartridge. I have had trouble with inks leaking into each other...most noticeable in the yellow. I have no solution...perhaps the printhead is a piece of ****...works well when it works.
Posted on May 20, 2008
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