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Canon Pixma MP630 not printing all colours

Brand new printer. Only black (PGBK) and cyan are being used. Yellow, magenta and photo black (BK) are not being used (blank on nozzle check pattern). Cleaning does nothing. All tanks appear to be correctly fitted.

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    Martin Smallridge May 11, 2010

    Have you remembered to remove the orange tape covering the vent holes on the other three non-working cartridges?


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Colour not printing. Check vent hole on cartridge not blocked by glue or bit of the orange tape, cleared mine with knife now works fine

Posted on Jul 27, 2010

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Hi i have printing issues with my pixma mp630, all colours print however the lines are not even. help!!!! what do i do?

Posted on Dec 30, 2009

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