Question about Canon I900D InkJet Photo Printer

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Photo printing my canon i900D printer recently ran out of photo cyan ink. i replaced it and continued to print photographs. they are all printing with a reddish cast. i have rechecked all the ink cartridges, they are full and in properly. any ideas on what the problem is and the solution?

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  • KathrynB Jan 20, 2008

    i have the same problem, i even replaced all of the ink cartridges and did every thing the maintenance menu offered and it still prints with the red overcast.

  • Jane Delaney Jul 02, 2008

    cyan photo and photo magenta show dotted on print screen and do not print.

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It is definite one cartridge is not running. You do one thing - 1. Write documents in MS-Word - select all - change the color to Red. Take print out. Check Printing is perfect or not.
2. Write documents in MS-Word - select all - change the color to Cyan. Take print out. Check Printing is perfect or not.
3. Write documents in MS-Word - select all - change the color to Yellow. Take print out. Check Printing is perfect or not.
I am sure when you changed the color to Cyan - it did not print Cyan or blank page you got.
So you must replace the Cyan cartridge or may be ink is not coming out through the passage. And first you have to check whether you have removed the plastic tape from the head of t he cartridge.

Posted on Jun 11, 2010

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