How to Repair Pixma 9000 Printers

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The Canon PIXMA Pro9000 is an inkjet printer designed for printing photos. The device, which is compatible with the Windows Vista operating system, has the ability to output documents at resolutions of up to 4800 by 2400 dpi. Unfortunately, over time you may experience problems using your Canon PIXMA Pro9000. Many of these problems can be corrected using a variety of troubleshooting techniques.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Right-click on the printer icon at the lower right portion of your computer screen if your text documents are fuzzy or if your photos are outputted blurry. Select the "Settings" tab to access your Canon PIXMA Pro9000's printer settings. Click on the "Main" tab at the top of the screen. Click on the scrolling bar at the centre of the screen under the "Quality" header and drag it to the right towards the "High" end to ensure high quality documents. Press the "Set" tab at the bottom right of the screen to finalise your settings.

  2. 2

    Double-click on the printer icon at the bottom right portion of your computer's screen if the ink on your printed documents appears smudged. Click on the "Maintenance" tab at the top of the screen. Click on the "Custom Settings" button and check the box next to the "Prevent paper abrasion" option and press "Send." Click "OK" and reprint your document to ensure that the ink is no longer smudged.

  3. 3

    Press the "Power" button on the front of your Canon PIXMA Pro9000 printer and remove all of the paper in its paper tray if the printer does not feed paper into the machine properly. Press and hold the "Resume/Cancel" button on the front of the printer until the "Power" button flashes three times. Perform this procedure two additional times. Insert a stack of two to three pieces of paper into the Canon PIXMA Pro9000's paper tray and hold the "Resume/Cancel" button until the "Power" button flashes three times. During this period of time, the printer rollers will automatically rotate and clean themselves.

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