Question about Canon PIXMA iP3000 InkJet Photo Printer
Its too bad you have to buy the manual
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
Hey try removing the ink well and using menthylated spirit or rubbing alcohol , soak the base in it for 10 minutes then using a straw blow out the ink holes (where the cartridge slides in) if that fails or you get reults that still aint perfect, as a last resort boil the ink well for a few minutes then will clear it out..
If this fails the the problem my be in the ribbon connecting to the ink well, or in the preprocessor it self. If you can find another one like yours the owner is willing to part with maybe you can salvage these parts from it. If this is not the case and you need to purchase new components the i'd suggest you dispose of this printer and get another it just wont be worth fixing it in that event.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
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