Question about Canon i350 InkJet Printer
Go into your printers properties and do a nozzle check. To do this follow the following steps.
***Go to "Printers and Faxes"
***Within this new window "right click" your printer and select "properties"
***You will now see a bunch of tabs at the top click on the one that says "maintenance"
*** then click on "Nozzle check" this will pop up a box that will give you 3 options.
***click on "Print check pattern" this will do a print out and if the grids show missing lines then you will need to do a printhead cleaning.
*** click the option that that says cleaning. Your printer will then clean the printheads and once its done it should ask you if you want to do another pattern test. Run it and see if things change.
If they dont then you will need to do another printhead cleaning. If the nozzle check printout doesnt get any better you might need to replace the cartridge or cartridges.
Best of luck..
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