This at the PGBK location. Sign Up Login Add Question gerryk asked Sep 29, 2014 at 9:18am 0 Canon FC 1 Canon MG5350 PGBK won't print black - solved Canon MG5350 PGBK catridge won't print This to gently allow that towel absorb any excess black ink from the print head printing side. The 'Nozzle Check' showed no black grid pattern at all, the 6 colors are fine. have a peek at this web-site
I put the print head onto a clean paper towel. I checked it again visually making sure none of the towel had stuck to the printhead or similar undesirable.I put the printhead back.Put my CISS catridges back.Powered up - ignored the time = 2 hrs working cautiously.Hope this helps someone a lot of trouble - just make sure no paper piece is stuck under the print head. I tried replacing the ink catridges but did not solve.
First one was almost perfect. it looked ok . I carefully used some tweezers to remove the piece of paper. Im my experience if a printhead has gone bad it is 1) clogged with dry ink or 2)destroyed due to electrical burning.If it is burned due to over use without ink
I cleaned and deep cleaned the head several times with no improvement. Respond to this Second one was perfect. Canon Mx922 Pgbk Not Printing I examined the underside of the printhead ..
The large black ink cartridge had ink. Disable Pgbk Canon The paper piece was completely saturated with black ink.There was a lot of ink splattered on nearby areas. I had not used the MG5350 in a long while this summer. click resources I used cottom buds soaked in a little alcohol cleaner and some paper towels to gently clean the area.It took a while to do this.
I use a CISS (continuous ink) system on this printer sometimes but also use OEM catridges. Canon Mp560 Pgbk Does Not Print Solution: I opened the top cover.Print head moved to catridge replacement location.I pulled the a/c power plug to stop the machine head in this position and work on it with power