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My printer has always worked real well but just recently it started printing without very much color the colors have always been real vibrante now it seems to be putting to much yellow so very thing kinda looks black and white even when printing with color like and the black and white print looks sepia colored.. can you help?

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  • cheddars mom Feb 15, 2008

    thanks i tried this i at first didn't try the nozzel cleaning cause i had cleaned checked it and it looked okay but it needed the deep cleaning and that fixed the problem thanks again..

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2008

    Despite all ink reservoirs full, no blues are printing. I q-tipped the cartiridge (it's wet) same for the printer head....still only get magenta/yellow

  • Anonymous May 24, 2008

    clogged nozzle and cleaned with qtip.. no change.
    HOW DO YOU REACH NOZZLE UNDERNEATH?


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First you need to check that the printer has the same problem with a new cartridge, otherwise may be a cartridge problem. After this try doing a nozzle cleanup. You will find the option on printer properties in control panel, or opening canon software from start menu. If after this you still have the problem then you should open the printer and clean the waste ink well and printer head.

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