20 Most Recent Canon PIXMA iP90v Printer Questions & Answers


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Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on Feb 16, 2018


If the printer is fine then the problem should be in your computer. Therefore, i suggest reinstalling the printer driver and after that you should be able to print normally.

Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on May 08, 2017


Most likelt to be a foreign object or wad of paper crammed into part of the paper feed roller. The first thing to do is turn it upside down and give a few sharp solid taps on the bottom casing. Then check to see if anything falls out. Also check the leading edge of the paper that didnt go through for marks that might show where it was stopped. If you are sure there is nothing to stop paper feeding through, check at each end of the print head path inside for a clump of ink soaked paper - remove if found. Try feeding a sheet through again. If the paper doesnt feed, try slipping a thin stiff card or plastic sheet back through the feed mechanism from the front. If that doesnt go through, you will have to disassemble the printer to find the problem.

Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on Jun 29, 2014


Remove the cartridges and press the end with the ink sponges onto a paper towel. If you see ink on the towel, insert the cartridges and run the cleaning 3-7 times. This will use up some ink, but is the only way to resolve this issue. If you continue to see improvement in the prints, continue to clean until quality is acceptable.
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Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on May 14, 2014


Fixing annoying little issues with these machines is difficult due to the compact design. I would hazard a guess that there is either a paper jam due to a paper fragment or foreign object obstructing the paper feed, or there is a fragment inside obstructing the printhead. To remove the first - turn it upside down and give a few GENTLE whacks on the bum. If anything substantial falls out, try printing. To tackle the second open the cover and let the printhead come to centre (you should take it off battery for this), then check each end of the cavity looking for a black ink soaked peice of paper. If you find one, remove it and go looking again. If neither approach works for you, try carefully feeding a strip of light card at intervals through the paper path, this will help locate anything caught in the feed roller. Good Luck.

Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on May 14, 2014


It is possible your colour cartridge has cross contaminated the ink reservoirs. To check this take the colour cartridge out and turn it over to see the coloured pads. They should look red, dark blue, and orange ( the colours are actually Magenta, Cyan, and Yellow, but are concentrated). If any of the pads are pale or particularly green - change the cartridge.
If the colours look alright, your issue is probably that your monitor makes colour by emitting light frequencies so is bright, printed images make colour by absorbing light frequencies so will always be darker. There is always the issue of course that your monitor also has a colour "temperature" bias. Photo pros calibrate their monitors and printers to match.

Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on Mar 10, 2014


If the message is that your battery is dead - it needs to be recharged. You should have a cable with a transformer and plug to connect the printer to mains power. The same cable will plug in to the battery to recharge it. There are very few machines that draw power from a computer or laptop.

Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on Mar 10, 2014


Options:
1: the cartridges have run out. They are quite small and will give 40 to 50 pages of text or 10 to 15 pages with colour. You might be lucky to get a couple of photos of a full set of cartridges. Take them out and feel the weight - if they feel really light they will be empty.
2: the print head has dried out. Take it out of the printer, wash it in warm water (just water) and dry it with a paper kitchen towel. Replace it and try again.
3: it is possible that the print head is faulty, but there are usually lots of flashing lights to indicate a problem and the machine would not be feeding paper.

Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on Mar 10, 2014


Options:
1: the cartridges have run out. They are quite small and will give 40 to 50 pages of text or 10 to 15 pages with colour. You might be lucky to get a couple of photos of a full set of cartridges. Take them out and feel the weight - if they feel really light they will be empty.

2: the print head has dried out. Take it out of the printer, wash it in warm water (just water) and dry it with a paper kitchen towel. Replace it and try again.

Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on Mar 10, 2014


With the machine powered up, open the transparent cover. The cartridge/printhead assembly will slip to the centre. Remove the cartridges and then move the printhead slightly left until you can lift the locking gate holding it down. Remove the printhead and fit the new one. You will need to get a QY6-0052 printhead.

Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on Jan 30, 2014


The Canon MG5220 has a built-in auto duplexer and can print 2-sided documents. On a Mac, click print, and in the print dialog box select Duplex Printing & Margins (drop down options below Printer and Presets). Check the Duplex Priting box, and selected the Stapling side. Then click Print. That's it!!

Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on Oct 18, 2012


uninstall the present printer from the add remove programme list and reintall the printer from the CD supplied with the printer this will solve your problem

Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on Aug 14, 2012


You can download the Canon printer drivers from theirsupport WEB site. Please click on this link and select your model printer todownload : -http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=DownloadIndexAct

Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on Apr 01, 2012


Maybe enter foreign materials inside the printer.
Try the following.
1.- Disconnect the printer and remove powe cable.
2. shake the printer to foreign material leave the printer

Reconnect and try print Test print.

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Canon PIXMA ... | Answered on Oct 02, 2011

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