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Re: CF910- How do I get rid of a P2 NG
Its not a major problem.its only because of the waste ink collected in your printer have now started spreading in the printer printing area.this type of problems occurs many times in all the printers.you just have to get it serviced.i dont know why the service technician you called have not done this.i think he was not having proper knowledge of your printer.just get it serviced from a proper service center.your printer is perfectly allright.100% ok.and also come in use to you for long time.just maintain it properly by regular servicing.when ever you receive such problems.
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It's possible that the black lines you're experiencing are an internal
image adjustment issue with the scanner itself. If the scanner glass is
otherwise clean, try going to the Canon DR2050/2080 utilities installed
as part of the set up of your scanner and running the Adjustment Tool -
it asks you to place the "adjustment paper" in the scanner. The term,
"adjustment paper," appears to mean anything which has an image or text
on it. Be sure you clean the scanner first before running this utility.
It will have you put the "adjustment paper" through twice, and that in
turn should remove the black lines in your scans, as long as there is
no dust on the scanner glass. Office Depot sells cleaner sheets for
laser and inkjet printers which also work on faxes and scanners and which will clean the glass for you.
When printing a photo make sure that your quality is set on best and not normal.
Also check the ink level on your colour and black cartridges and make sure it is sufficient.
Last but not least if you are using remanufactured or refilled cartridges this is a common problem. The cartridges are not made for the printer or they have been refilled and they now have blocked printheads and the ink is doing interesting things. If you buy a real hp cartridge and it should clear the issue up.
What sort of lines? - do you mean like it is in widescreen mode with a black band top and bottom? Do you mean you have clear straight lines, or streaks or scratch-like marks?
Is it the same for all input sources (cable, DVD/VCR, satellite, PC, camcorder etc.?
Could you post back a photo of the lines?
Waiting your info:)