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The Canon Files Continue

Today's mystery: The printer stops after a print job to run an automatic nozzle check. While this is annoying, it is preferable to ending up with prints that look like crap—granted, that's assuming the nozzle check and the "automatic clogged nozzle compensation" work. In my experience these features aren't terribly reliable.

But the nozzles seem to be fine in this instance, so hey, can't fault the printer on that count.

Can we question something else? Heck yes.

After completing the nozzle check, all of the 330mL cartridges—some of which were reporting themselves nearly half-empty—suddenly reported themselves as full. Uh, what? Is ink materializing out of thin air all of a sudden?

The 770mL cartridge, on the other hand, retained its original status.

Mystery!

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