Question about Canon PIXMA iP4000 InkJet Photo Printer
When I have to print in color the areas what are suppose to be black or kind of gray are green. I already checked the configuration and it's look ok. Do you think is a head-print problem?? or other configuration problem.
I think there is ink contamination on the bottom of the print head. Remove all cartridges and then remove the print head. Wash the bottom of the printhead with hot water. After that dry with a cloth. Make sure its fully dry. (Toiletpaper does a good job of drying the printhead). Make sure no ink is leaking out of the cartridges. Replace everything and then run a deep cleaning test.
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