Hello Friends at Canon,
My canon TS 9020 has been printing blank pages, when "printing" Black or Color. It sounds like the Printer is going through the same motions and sounds as if actually printing. The thing is I don't really use this Printer that much, so this problem seems kind of premature??
Print head alignment
replaced ink (PGBLK)
I started having this exact same problem with the exact same printer. I can print out test pages from the printer itself which look fine and indicate there are no issues with the printer head, but if I try to print anything from my comptuer (word doc, pdf, webpage), the pages print blank.
Since it can do a test print from the printer but not the computer then it would most likely be a driver issue. So we could best assist you, we would need to know what version of Windows or Mac OS you are running.
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Since the replacing the ink, cleaning and deep cleaning cycles did not resolve the issue there may be a internal issue with the print head.
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If the printer is out of warranty, you would qualify for the Canon Upgrade program. This is for out of warranty units which have been diagnosed to require service or are incompatible with a new or upgraded system. This program allows you the opportunity to purchase a replacement product discounted from the list price. Free ground shipping is included with your purchase.
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