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PIXMA PRO9000 PRINTER

We used to get true colour printing - what we saw on the screen was printed but now find the colours are not coming out correctly. What can we do?

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  • trevorbooth1 May 24, 2009

    only had pro 9000 for a couple of days but right from the start the colours do not match and most of the pics come out too dark tried lots of settings but no joy

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I guess it depends on if your using mac or PC... if your using mac It could also be that your monitor has not been calibrated recently.. that is another thing you might want to try.. Also if you try and clean the head and can't get it to work still you can always buy a new head.  this is the advantage of the canons FINE printhead technology.  You have a separate manufactured print head

Posted on Sep 04, 2008

Looks like your print head is clogged,you will have to clean it with head cleaning fluid.You can buy this solution either over the internet or in one of the good pc stores.good luck Ron

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

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