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Sep 14, 2021
5:03 AM
Ohh what! Your canon printer’s black ink is on permanent vacation and is not printing black for you? It’s a very common problem that almost everyone faces with their printer and the ij start canon got all of them covered with its reliable solution for this problem. There is no printer problem that we can’t solve. And we believe that there is nothing called a problem, it’s just the absence of the right solution. Our several customers came to us with the same problem that their Canon printer is not printing black. So, here we came up with the best resolution to offer a quick fix to your this printer problem. So, let’s get started without wasting even a single minute more as it is hampering your work and productivity. The most common reason behind this problem can be paper waste, dirt, dust and ribbon shreds. So, let’s clean up!
Follow the step-by-step Guide for Quick Fix!
Step 1: Open your Canon Printer.
Step 2: Put 5-6 A4 size papers in the printer tray.
Step 3: Now, open the paper output tray and extension as well.
Step 4: To start cleaning process, select the setup option.
Step 5: Click on the Tools icon.
Step 6: Navigate to the Maintenance menu and press OK.
Step 7: Now, select ‘Deep Cleaning’ and Press OK.
Step 8: Select Yes and then Press OK to confirm.
Now, the cleaning process of your printer will get started. Patiently wait for a few minutes to finish the cleaning process. After this, you are all done with your Canon Printer cleaning. To check if the issue is resolved with it or not, restart your canon printer.
We hope the solution mentioned above helped you to fix your Canon Printer Issue of not printing black. Canon IJ setup
jake_paul
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Sep 17, 2021
3:27 AM
Some Basic Things To Start
1. Turn off your printer, unplug from the power source and disconnect USB cables as well. After a few moments, reconnect your printer and plug it back in. Then, turn your printer back on.

2. Print a “Quality Diagnostic Report” or a “Print Test Page”.
3. You can usually find this option on your printer’s display screen. Or, check your printer’s user guide for step by step instructions.

4. Check printer ink levels to double check the ink volume in your cartridges. If you’re using aftermarket cartridges that don’t show ink levels, we’ll have to figure out another way to determine whether or not your ink cartridges are at fault.




Check Your Ink Cartridge
1. Replace ink cartridges that are low on ink or empty.

2. Make sure ink cartridges are snapped into place and are properly installed in their appropriate slot.

3. Double check to make sure that you’ve removed the tape over the vent if you installed a new cartridge.

4. Check if the vents of the cartridges are clogged. You can fix this by gently using a pin to clean up the clog on the vent.

5. Try using a different ink cartridge to determine if your printer is able to recognize cartridges. If your printer used to work with an old cartridge, try installing that old cartridge again and see if your printer produces any sort of output–any shade of gray will do.


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