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Anyone know about S820 Cannon printers?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by frankiepace, Apr 30, 2007.

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  1. frankiepace

    frankiepace Thread Starter

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    I registered to get help with my printer and after signing up I see no categories for printers.
    Therefore I set this thread up...

    If anyone can help I would appreciate it very much..

    Well; here goes.

    My Cannon S820 printer suddenly and for no reason is now printing partial documents.

    Some of the printing is also smaller, this is puzzling.

    I tried deep cleaning the head, put new cartridges in and aligned the printer head...

    The printer is only 3 years old .... please tell me that I won't have to buy another.....
     
  2. spudmister

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    sounds like a printer board issue (just had the same thing with a new HP deskjet)..but you might try canon's support on their site first to see if there could be another reason.
     
  3. frankiepace

    frankiepace Thread Starter

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    a friend told me it could the printer head? Says it wouldn't be worth repairing and that I could by a new one for that price...you think?
     
  4. spudmister

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    for the price of some some of the printer heards I agree...check on e-bay depending on the demand you could pick one up for a lot less than a new printer. I did a couple of months ago.
     
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    i have a canon s330 and it started doing the same....i set the paper as "glossy pro" in preferences and it prints fine now....
     
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