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Linda Boles Posted on Jun 17, 2007
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Clicking when printing is done

When I print anything, it seems that the machine is reseting to the dormant stage and there is a loud clicking that last a little bit. It only doesn it when printing is done. Any suggestions. LB7747

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Sounds like it is doing a print head cleaning. There may be a way to disable it after every printing. Maybe not.

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If it is performing other wise it may be a machine characteristic Check out Technical Support at Canon. Try also www.fixyourownprinter.com

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