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I have a Canon PIXMA MP830 Office All-In-One Printer. when I print there is a 1/4 inch ink line on the back of the paper. I clean the bottom plate and it goes away but if the printer sits for a while and I print again, the 1/4 inch line on the back of the paper comes back.

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  • ndesantis1 Mar 29, 2008

    I've replaced the black ink cartraiges twice and I still have the same problem. These were brand new cartraiges (non-refill).



    Do you have any other suggestions.

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Your cartriage is leaking ink, thats why it comes like.
Replace your cartraige immediatly if you are using a refill, it might not be refilled correctly.
Put the original one it will fix your problem.

Thanks
Iqbal

Posted on Mar 29, 2008

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    Iqbal Husain Mar 30, 2008

    I think your printer need servicing.



    Goto canon site and get there supports. Its free.



    Click here for canon:



    Select your region and get support, you may find toll free no there and you can get support on phone.



    Good Luck.

    Iqbal

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