Question about Canon PIXMA iP3000 InkJet Photo Printer
OK what can happen is the Overheating of the print head assembly, can evaporate the ink inside the tubes going back to the ink tank, and then an air lock stops the new ink from getting from the tank through the tubes and out the nozzle... You must force the new ink to push it's way through to the nozzles, after that capillary action takes over.. Sometimes a syringe can be used to flush the pipes as it were. Unfortunately sometimes it's just not possible to make it flow again without considerable expense and mucking around.
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Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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