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MY CANON PIXMA MP600 PRINTER HAS STARTED TO PRINT HALF ONLY HALF THE LINES OF A LETTER. I HAVE RECENTLY CHANGED ALL THE INKS WITH ORIGINAL CANON CARTRIDGES AND THIS IS THE FIRST INK CHANGE. DOES ANYBODY HAVE AN IDEA WHY IT HAS STARTED DOING THIS? THANKS AND REGARDS

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  • colli848 Apr 16, 2008

    WILL TRY YOUR SUGGESTION. THANK YOU.

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Colli,
It seems your cartridge are not setting well or there may be some head jammed.

  • In your manual there is a section 'Maintaining the print head'.
  • Goto this section and follow the instruction on it.

Gud Luck
Iqbal

Posted on Apr 16, 2008

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