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Printhead check nozzles on my Canon Lp-17 and the head is realy damaged, but can print still. Every time when I print I get this message and printer doesn't want to print. How Can I ignore this print with damaged head? THank you, zoran

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Hi,
can you please tell me the exact message wich IPF reports.

i.e. "change left printhead"

You can also contact me on emma.servis@gmail.com, for troubleshooting manual.

Regards!

Posted on Aug 19, 2010

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