Question about Canon PIXMA iP1600 Printer
This is a problem with the actual nozzles / print head on the printer. If you can get in there you can take a q-tip and some rubbing alcohol and wipe clean the nozzles of the printer head. Try this, but chances are it's actually the print head that is failing. This is common once they get a few years old, the IP series of canon's printers are notorious for this. If you happened to buy it on a major credit card (not debit card) you can call the card company and ask if they do automatic electronics warranties (American Express for example does 5 years on all electronics on all cards) and you can actually file a claim with them and get a full refund on the printer. Otherwise it may just be time to replace it if cleaning the nozzles doesn't straighten it out.
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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