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Canon Mb2350 Problem

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Khandro | 16:12 Wed 13th Oct 2021 | Computers
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The first inch or so of an image on an A4 sheet is printing with a feint red colour. it improves on the second printing, wasting both ink & paper.
I'm using genuine canon inks & photoshop, any ideas out there please?

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If you installed all the default software that came with your printer, Canon IJ Print Utility will probably already be there. Try looking under Start > Canon Utilities. If not, you should be able to get to the head cleaning option via the following route anyway: Start > Settings > Devices > Printers & Scanners. Click on 'Canon MB2300 Series Printer' and then on...
17:52 Thu 14th Oct 2021
That reads as if the print heads are partially blocked. Cleaning them ought to fix the problem:
https://ij.manual.canon/ij/webmanual/PrinterDriver/M/MB2300%20series/1.0/EN/PPG/dg-c_cleaning.html
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Thanks Chris, I'll give it a try in the morning & get back.
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Chris, I've been an hour & got nowhere. It seems so complicated just to clean the print head. Do I need to install an app called canon IJ printer utility would you know?
I would have thought the printer itself should have such a facility
If you installed all the default software that came with your printer, Canon IJ Print Utility will probably already be there. Try looking under Start > Canon Utilities.

If not, you should be able to get to the head cleaning option via the following route anyway:

Start > Settings > Devices > Printers & Scanners.

Click on 'Canon MB2300 Series Printer' and then on 'Manage'.

Click 'Printer Preferences' and then on the 'Maintenance' tab.

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Chris: You get BA, a knighthood & the Légion d'honneur

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