Question about Canon PIXMA iP90 InkJet Printer
Hi Printers have been greatly simplified inside, so if you can get it apart, it should be fairly easy to see the problem and remove it. The problem you will likely have doing it yourself, is getting the thing apart. There is normaly a plastic cover over a metal chassis, (although there is more plastic and less metal every year), and there are clips built on the plastic cover that you pry gently with a screwdriver and it pops off. Every model is different, and the manufacturer purposely hides these to make it difficult for consumers to get apart. Also, depending on the model, it may have a switching power supply board inside which can be dangerous, so if you get it apart, make sure it is never plugged in until back together. Fewer shops service printers these days, because the cost has come down, but in cases like yours, we remove the debris and clean them for $35.00, so if you call around, and describe the problem, you may find a shop that will do it, and save you the hassle. Good Luck!
Posted on Jul 26, 2006
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