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Occasional Contributor
Posts: 5
Registered: ‎02-25-2017

MX-922 churning

Owned a Canon MX-922 printer for about a year

 

This printer performs some kind of repititive maintenance cycle before and after EVERY spooled print job. I can wait 2 minutes between jobs and it will start one of these cycles again before the new job prints even though it just got through a cycle 2 minutes ago.

 

What is this? How can it be stopped? It's maddening.

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Registered: ‎07-28-2014

Re: MX-922 churning

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Hi DanC,

 

The PIXMA MX922 will make those noises when it is determined that it is necessary, this is to ensure that each print job gets printed correctly each time, from your PIXMA MX922.  There isn't a way to shorten or eliminate this process.

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Occasional Contributor
Posts: 5
Registered: ‎02-25-2017

Re: MX-922 churning

That's ridiculous. Why does it need to make that determination AFTER the print job is finished. That makes the MX-922 the absolute worst printer I've ever owned including my dot-matrix printers going back to the 80s. Did Canon ever think that the user could make that determination better than a dumb printer. ALL other printer makes do not have this terrible feature.
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