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Posted on Apr 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: iP4200 CD problem
I have the same problem. This was a sudden occurrence, where I printed 3 disks perfectly, then the machine went technical and spat out the tray. The only solution I have found is to simply push the tray in about 1cm (½ inch) past the arrows. I have cleaned, reset, downloaded drivers - the whole bit, but I cannot get it to work properly.
Posted on Sep 26, 2007
Although refill inks can be quite good, it is likely the cause. Several companies do make good refill inks for canon but they are specific to model lines and you have to be sure you get the right ones for photo colour.
The inks you're using are likely "universal" inkjet inks and are fine for everyday printing but are rarely ever colour corrected properly for photo.
My recomendation to all of my customers is always to keep a new cartridge handy for photos but to use the refilled ones whenever they are printing anything else as it will give you the best balance between print cost and print quality.
Posted on May 18, 2009
Hello first of all are you technical
I have taken the printer head out
boil some water and pour in a cup
take off the 2 screws at the bottom
gentley open the head from the casing**** note if you not gentley it wil brake and U can through the hole head away
then let the white block lie in in the water until the water is cold the trough that out and repeat this step.Boil water again....Wait for 4 to 5 minutes to pass..... then use high copressed air and blow from the underneth so that the presure will force the **** out on the white block side also force some hot water from the litle sifes at the top down and make sure that holes are open
replace the ruber perfectley and the head pease an make sure every thing is propeley dry.Replase the scews .and put it back in the printer.Remember it is also a very filthey and inkey job.Good luck
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
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