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Print head is clogged will not free up pixma pro 9000 mk ll Any Suggestions?

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I have successfully managed to clean the print head with isopropyl alcohol by placing a flexible plastic tube over the cartridge seat, filling the tube partially with the alcohol, then blowing very hard through the tube. The alcohol does not appear to harm anything.

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This is the third time in 4 days I've answered a question like this.
If you are serious about printing your photographs (and I guess you are -seeing the printer you have bought) then your printer and your monitor have to be profiled. But it's not quite as simple as that - the printer profile will vary as you use different types of paper and different makes of paper as they react differently with the ink that is laid down. So, for example, say you are using Canon FA-PM1 paper, you will need to use one printer profile and then you switch a PermaJet Hi Gloss paper you will need to switch to another profile.
Check out some photo mags as there are often adverts for companies who will do the profiles for you - basically it will cost you one way or another.

Posted on Aug 08, 2009

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SOURCE: I'm trying to remove the print head on Prima Pro

Hi there

I have one like this, it will come out just lift the lever and just pull outby tilting it a little from the to side, after you taken it out gave it a good clean with some white sprites with some small brush, gave it a shake dry and wipe it dry, try not to touch the head it selfe.
All the best Pineworks

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SOURCE: I have canon pixma proi 9000 I keep getting an

Hello

Follow the below steps in order to clear the error:

1.With printer OFF press and hold resume
2.while holding it down push and hold Power button
3.Release resume whilst still holding down power, the light should be green (not flashing)
4.Push resume once (orange) twice (Green)and a third time (orange)
5.release power button.
6.Then power it off and on again after it's finished making any noises and settled down.

Good luck.

Posted on Aug 12, 2010

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I'm trying to remove the print head on Prima Pro


Hi there

I have one like this, it will come out just lift the lever and just pull outby tilting it a little from the to side, after you taken it out gave it a good clean with some white sprites with some small brush, gave it a shake dry and wipe it dry, try not to touch the head it selfe.
All the best Pineworks

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with the nozzles down.Hold that for every color of 5 mins.Then put the print head in hot water with the nozzles down.Left it water about 15 mins and then you must very nice to dry.When the print head dry put it in printer and start cleaning.If this not help you need to replace the print head.It's part number is QY6-0054.

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HOW LONG HAS YOUR INK SAT IN THE PRINTER WITH OUT USE AND IS IT A CHEAP INK THAT YOUR USEING ? IF SO THAT COULD BE THE PROBLEM

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A solid line sounds like a jet (in the print head) always on. Replace the print head (<$50 on eBay).

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