Solved Tried all known solutions on Canon MG7750-still blank pages

January 12, 2019 at 01:22:29
Specs: Windows 7
I have a Canon PIXMA MG 7750 and it's printing out blank papers except when I do a test-print-out for the colors.

I have ran all the cleaning programs and everything is fine.

I have also used USB-cable and ran the repair-program, it indicates that everything is fine but the test-print paper is blank.

I have the latest firmware. What could be wrong?

This occures wheter I use Mac or a PC.


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January 12, 2019 at 03:08:13
This is a recent post on a similar problem.

The poster ended up with a new printer.

Incidentally does it also fail to print its own test page(s)? deleted as I failed to note initially that you say it does print test page(s) OK.

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January 12, 2019 at 06:54:21
Are you printing via a cable or wireless?

If your using a cable, I have a very vague recollection,
that some one solved their printing problems by simply using a new cable.

If your printing wireless, I have no other ideas.


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January 12, 2019 at 20:02:20
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As I said on the other post:
Things to check when it prints blank:
1- Make sure that you are not printing 'White' color text (unusual but I have seen this happen).
2- Restart the computer and the printer (never overlook the simple answers before assuming the worst).
3- Clean the electrical contacts on the print cartridges and their corresponding contacts in the printer with rubbing alcohol and Q-Tips.
4- Run the printer's print head clean cycle one or two more times to be sure.
After that it is a judgement call. Sometimes the print heads go bad but their are usually two and to go bad at the same moment is unusual and they usually show signs of poor printing for a while first unless the printer is unused for months first. If the printer us a number of years old and not an expensive one then it may be more cost effective to replace it entirely (depending on the cost of the parts, age of the machine, etc.). Finally, the fuse blowing is not common and may actually be a sign of something else wrong or a power surge.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

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