Weird nozzle check on Canon Pro-100, clog or ?

Cedar

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This is the kind of pattern I sometimes see on my pigment printers (with MBK I seldom use) and it normally disappears with some patience.
Wait until next day and print a few nozzles checks again.
Eventually one normal cleaning cycle.
As said changing inks can help too.
Well, that's the best thing I've heard in a while.
 

stratman

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I said it was no good a long time ago for Canon printers.
Yes, 7 years ago. Didn't think I read that, did ya?

One thing that can be said is you are consistent, barring recent days. :caf
 
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