11-29-2017 01:23 AM
Thank you for sharing this solution. It fixed the blurry text problem that has been driving me crazy. On my PIXMA922, I set to Business Document, High Resolution Paper and High Quality for the best results. It slows down the print job, but it's worth it to get sharp, clear text.
So, special kudos to you!!!
01-10-2018 04:24 PM
I have the same problem two lines fairly clear and three/four lines double. Print on matt photo paper works - but slow- presumably forcing printer to avoid main black ink tank and print head. So maybe large print head needs cleaning although Canon say it needs to be sent to a service centre- cost more than printer is worth. Don't think Canon ar being very honest.
01-11-2018 02:24 AM - edited 01-11-2018 02:25 AM
As far as I can tell, Canon hasn't made any information available to consumers re. how to clean the print head. I had problems with the print head on one unit and ended up simply replacing the printer.
Phillip M. Feldman
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02-24-2018 09:32 PM
I have a similar problem. Mine is a Pixma MX 925 (sold in the UK) Is that similar? Mine prints 2 lines nicely and crisply then 2 lines of a broader font then back to the crisp print. And selecting glossy photo paper fixes it. But it is very unsatisfactory. Surely if it alternates every 2 lines it must be a software problem rather than a blocked printing nozzle?
What make shall I get next time?
06-16-2018 04:34 AM
I have a Canon mx922 and when I print, from word or openoffice, it works fine. When I photocopy, it comes out with some clear lines and some that are blurred or "shadowed". I had recently "manually" cleaned the printhead and have new ink. Any ideas?
06-16-2018 08:30 AM
I cleaned the printhead by running water through it, as per an earlier post in this thread. At first, I thought it helped but then realized alternate lines were still fuzzy.
Print heads are quite expensive but then I saw numerous online and local stores selling new MX922's for only $66 so I bought a new one. Problem solved!