Question about Canon i850 InkJet Photo Printer
The issue is your heads are dried up. Did you store the printer with ink cartridges installed? What tends to happen from prolonged periods of no use is the ink dries and hardens just under where the cartridge is seated.
You can try taking a Q-Tip with some rubbing Alcohol and clean the heads. You need to be very careful not to push down to hard or let the cotton get pulled into the head area.
Another option is to get a new printer - I've seen them as low as 35 bucks at Target
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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