Question about Canon PIXMA MP750 All-In-One InkJet Printer
I replaced the used black cartridge on my canon mp750 and it has since stopped printing in black. Prior to this it was fine. Any ideas?
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
Its more then likely your purge unit hose is clogged.
If you can reach the purge units filters (thin porus thing that the printhead stops over when doing the cleaning) with a tweezers or long thin needle nose pliers. You will need a cup of hot water to dip the piece in once you remove it. let it float in the cup for a little bit while you take a q-tip and dab hot water onto the purge unit (the area where you removed the filter) turn the printer on and off a couple times til you see the purge unit **** the water down. Then replace the filter and and try to run a test print.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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