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Old 07-24-2005, 04:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a Canon i9900 and I just started doing regular photo printing with it. The first 3 or 4 prints came out fine but now every so often, there are scratch marks on the edges of the print from the [feeder] rollers which ruins the print. I currently use Ilford Classis Pearl & Ilford Smooth Gloss paper; the marks only appear on the Classis Pearl paper...(for now anyway).

How can I clean the rollers or do I have to take the printer to a dealer to fix it?

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I had the same problem with a Canon S820 printer and Canon said that the printer was made to work with their paper and that they could not guarantee how it would work with other paper. Seems it has something to do with the thickness and coating of the paper. I never found a way to correct it.
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I only had this happen to me once with my i9900...I had a piece of this fun foam type stuff for crafts, and I ran it thru a few times and it seemed to clean it up. I use the Ilford Smooth Pearl and I LOVE IT!!!!!!
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After looking at the direction of the marks, I think the marks are from the nozzle head and/or whatever grabs the paper and pushes it through the rollers. Also, it could be becasue of the high humidty here. I'll do a nozzle head cleaning and see if it that has any effect.
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