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Canon 9000 Pro ink pad replacement

Discussion in 'Canon InkJet Printers' started by brady38, May 5, 2013.

  1. May 10, 2013
    Smile

    Smile Printer Master

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    Europe EU
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    Canon, Brother, HP, Ricoh etc.
    I has just disassembled and re-assembled a laptop without any manuals for my friend over here, who had spilled a glass of whine on it. I just cleaned the damn thing with 99% alcohol and toothbrush for 5 times total (just the upper PCB side). I used paper towels to dry it and remove the minerals that dissolved.

    Works like new.
     
  2. Jul 13, 2018
    Paul Mohney

    Paul Mohney Printing Apprentice

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    Pixma Pro 9000 pro Mk ii
    i am more of the print now and ask questions later, philosophy.
    My printer is the pixma 9000 pro mkii, didn't realize the entire pedigree was needed.
    I am getting about %95 what i see is what I get, from computer screento to print rolling out of the printer
    I have an artists supply warehouse on my way home and i have been playing with Hyacinth paper, cotton rag, various weighs of linen , and a vatiety of water color, charcoal, and other papers, that transform my photos in amazing ways .
    I am not shy about making mistakes, as I have told my children, "Failure is a part of the learning curve." Occasionally I make a mistake that looks "wow", I take notes on what settings i use, so I can duplicate my good decisions and avoid the "not so good experiments".
    I inherited my printer from my first wife, who called me out of the blue, told me she was dying and says " and come and get a few things", The printer was rebuilt new in the box, she had exotic papers. a couple of hundred pounds of art books, and a cast iron wok.
    I use primarily non OEM inks because, OEM inks are way too expensive, for my taste and ability. I have found ink carts labeled for other printers, that are a dead fit and are probably as good as I'll ever need, for a fraction ofthe cost of OEM inks, so I can print till sundown. and not worry about what it costs.
    I am going to read through the info you have so kindly provided, and stash it where I can access it, before I need it.
    Thank-you all for taking the time to, bury me alive in printer obscura, so I can make the world a better place one print at a time .
    Thank-you all again
    Paul
    between downtown Disney and Downtown L.A.
     

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