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- Apr 19, 2007
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- Canon MB5120, Pencil
We "trust but verify". It has happened that a poster's belief in a perfect nozzle check has turned out on rare occasions to be the opposite.trust me
ok. but now I'm printing, just now, a lot of photo and they are perfect, without any stripes!! so? I've also done the counter-proof (disable unidirectional printing) and in the photos now are again perfect!! Maybe It can be that happens (the problem) after I rest my pro 300 off and I dont' print for weeks?? because if the problem is the electrical failure, all prints must have the problem, right?We "trust but verify". It has happened that a poster's belief in a perfect nozzle check has turned out on rare occasions to be the opposite.
Not sure why you think this is a paper feed issue. I'd like to see the links where you are advised so.
The straight line, equidistant stripes of altered colors is a typical appearance of an irreparable electrical failure that I mentioned previously. Usually the fix is a new print head.
If your printer is still under warranty then call Canon Technical Support without delay. You paid for just this sort of occasion.
You miss the intent. Canon papers should perform without any issues other than ones caused by you. Canon does not warranty against other paper brands having problems. If Canon papers have issues with printing then the printer/print head or an improper setting is more likely the problem. For warranty service these things may matter.much better than canon paper... I use canson fine art paper...!
You are now having different issues with the printer. This one with narrow linear absence of ink seems a mechanical issue. Since you use new OEM ink cartridges only, and no refilling, this is unlikely a cartridge ink flow problem. It seems an issue with mechanical movement of paper through the printer. It does not look like anything you've shown us before.I change only the paper (a3+) and in the print appear the stripes like above! INCREDIBLE!
Wifi printing can be a source of printing issues, particularly with large files in fine art printing and is generally not recommended.I've always used it in wifi..