Canon BJC-1000


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C.C. Mac

Suddenly when I try to print out a black & white picture/photo there are
evenly spaced lines going through the image side to side.

I have tried a color cartride for colored pix too and the only
difference is that with the color the lines are not as evenly spaced.
No problem printing text.

Any ideas on a remedy? Thanks...
 
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measekite

If you really are going to get into photography go get a Canon IP4300.
The last known sale price after rebate was $70.00 at Frys. It is fast,
has great color, 2 input trays and prints duplex.

Make sure you get the best out of it by using Canon Factory Ink.
 
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Al Bundy

Suddenly when I try to print out a black & white picture/photo there are
evenly spaced lines going through the image side to side.

I have tried a color cartride for colored pix too and the only
difference is that with the color the lines are not as evenly spaced.
No problem printing text.

Any ideas on a remedy? Thanks...


I've had similar problems with Canon printers and it drove me crazy. I
tried cleaning the nozzles and different feeds and nothing worked.
Then I decided to experiment with the paper selection. I'm just using
plain paper. Selecting photo paper gives very poor color indeed.
However, I found that selecting transparency as the paper medium
eliminated those horizonal lines completely. The only drawback that I
found was the slow printing time, but it was worth it to know I could
get a good print when desired. So I advise you to experiment in that
direction.
 

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