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Canon Pixma iP1800 Ink Cartridges

Canon Pixma iP1800 Ink Cartridges

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  1. Compatible Canon 3 Pack - PG40 X 2, CL41 X 1

    Compatible Canon 3 Pack - PG40 X 2, CL41 X 1

    3 Pack Canon Reman Inkjet Cartridge
    PG40 X 2
    CL41 X 1
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    Exc. VAT: €39.99 Inc. VAT: €39.99

    Colour: Colour & Black
    Ink Volume: Combined ink volume 49ml
  2. Compatible Canon 2 Pack - PG40 X 1 - CL41 X 1

    Compatible Canon 2 Pack - PG40 X 1 - CL41 X 1

    2 Pack Canon Compatible Inkjet Cartridge
    PG40 X 1
    CL41 X 1
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    Exc. VAT: €21.99 Inc. VAT: €21.99
    Colour: Colour & Black
    Ink Volume: Combined ink volume 33ml
  3. Compatible Canon PG40 X 2 Ink

    Compatible Canon PG40 X 2 Ink

    Canon Compatible Inkjet Cartridge PG40
    PG40 X 2
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    Exc. VAT: €24.99 Inc. VAT: €24.99

    Colour: Black
    Ink Volume: Combined ink volume 32ml
  4. Compatible Canon PG40 Ink

    Compatible Canon PG40 Ink

    Canon Compatible Inkjet Cartridge PG40 xl.
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    Exc. VAT: €15.30 Inc. VAT: €15.30

    Colour: Black
    Ink Volume: 16ml
  5. Compatible Canon PG40 X 3 Ink

    Compatible Canon PG40 X 3 Ink

    Canon Compatible Inkjet Cartridge PG40
    PG40 X 3 (SAVE €10)
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    Exc. VAT: €36.99 Inc. VAT: €36.99

    Colour: Black
    Ink Volume: Combined ink volume 42ml
  6. Compatible Canon CL41

    Compatible Canon CL41

    Canon Premium Compatible Ink Cartridge CL41 xl. This cartridge contains 12ml
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    Exc. VAT: €18.07 Inc. VAT: €18.07

    Colour: Colour
    Ink Volume: 12ml
  7. Compatible Canon PG37

    Compatible Canon PG37

    Canon Premium Compatible Ink Cartridge PG37
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    Exc. VAT: €11.03 Inc. VAT: €11.03

    Colour: Black

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Canon Pixma iP1800 Printer Review & Troubleshoot:

The Canon Pixma iP1800 is printer made for personal uses. Its great prints for texts, photos, and graphics make it a perfect choice for graphic designers and photographers. The printer comes with a very simple design and lacks many high-end features like PictBridge or memory card slots. However, the high-quality printouts from Canon Pixma iP1800 ink cartridges make it a considerable choice.

The small device does not have any output tray and the printouts come out directly from the front outlet. For input feed, there is paper tray at the top rear side of the printer. The printer also does not have any direct printing option and you will need a PC to make any print. It uses pigment-based black ink, and a tri-colour tank as its Canon Pixma iP1800 ink cartridges, that offers high capacity options.

Advantages:
  • Professional quality photo prints
  • Maximum resolution up 4800 X 1200dpi
  • Good print speed
Disadvantages:
  • Does not have PictBridge or memory card slots
  • Does not have direct or mobile printing options
  • No output tray
Conclusion:

The Canon Pixma iP1800 is a very basic printing device that does not boast any high-end feature. However, the printer offers surprisingly great print quality for texts, photos, and graphics. It is a low-cost device and works well for low budget graphic designers and photographers.

Cartridge Requirements:

The replacement Canon Pixma iP1800 ink cartridges are:

  • Canon PG40 ink cartridges
  • Canon CL41 ink cartridges

Q. What should you do when printing becomes faint or colours are incorrect for your Canon Pixma iP1800 printer?
When printing becomes faint or colours of the printed document appears incorrect, then it may be possible that the print head nozzles of Canon Pixma iP1800 ink cartridges are probably clogged. Print the nozzle check pattern to confirm the condition of the nozzles and then perform print head cleaning. If print results are not satisfactory then, performing the print head alignment process may improve the print quality. Refer the steps below for the cleaning process.

Note:

  • Before performing maintenance, make sure that the orange protective tape is removed from the bottom of a Canon Pixma iP1800 ink Cartridges.
  • If the ALARM lamp is flashing orange, then refer the user manual to see how to close the orange lamp.
  • Increasing the print quality setting in the printer driver settings may improve the print quality. Refer the manual to check if print results are not satisfactory.

Step 1: Print the nozzle check pattern
If lines are missing or if white streaks appear on your printouts After cleaning the printhead, print and examine the nozzle check pattern. If the print results are still not satisfactory, go for next step.

Step 2: Perform printhead cleaning
If the problem is not resolved even after performing print head cleaning twice

Step 3: Perform print head deep cleaning
It is recommended to perform the printhead, If the problem is still not resolved after performing print head deep cleaning twice.

Step 4: Replace the Canon Pixma iP1800 ink Cartridges
In case the quality is still not improved, it is suggested to replace your cartridges. Check the quality of the printout after replacing the cartridges. If replacing the cartridges didn’t help out and you are still facing the same issue call the customer support executive at home.

Most Common FAQs for Canon Pixma iP1800:

Q. Do you deliver in areas outside Ireland also?
A.
Unfortunately, we regret to inform you that we only deliver to the areas specified in the website order form, addresses within Rep.Ireland & Northern Ireland.

Q. What should I do if unnecessary print jobs are left in the queue? Can I resolve them on my own?
A.
Restarting your computer may solve various print-related issues. If there are any unnecessary print jobs, follow the procedure below to delete them.

  • Open the printer properties dialog box. Refer to the on-screen user manual for more instructions
  • Click on the maintenance tab and then view the printer status. The Canon status monitor will be displayed
  • Click on display the print queue and select cancel all documents on the printer menu
  • When the confirmation message is displayed on the LCD screen, click Yes. The selected print jobs will be deleted

Q. What could be the issue with the printer, if there is no ink on the paper?
A.
If this is an issue, Canon Pixma iP1800 ink cartridges may not installed properly or there is no ink left on the cartridges. In such case remove the FINE Cartridges and reinstall them again. It might be possible that small dust is stuck between the contact points. By reinstalling the Canon Pixma iP1800 ink cartridges might improve the print quality.

Q. I ordered wrong cartridges for my Canon Pixma iP1800 printer. How can I return them back and order the new ones suitable for my printer?
A.
If you wish to return a product which is not faulty, please contact us within 30 days of purchase. All the non-faulty items must be returned unused in their original undamaged packaging and in a re-saleable condition. We'll exchange your product with the suitable Canon Pixma iP1800 ink cartridges that are compatible with the printer or will give you a refund by placing a credit on your account. Also, note that all such returns are subject to a 10% restocking charges.

Q. I own a Canon PIXMA iP1800 printer and trying to install it on my Mac. I don’t know what is wrong but I am not able to install it. Can you help?
A. Usually, the Mac OS is guarded with the gatekeeper functionality that prevents any kind of external installations on the computer. It helps you keep your device safe. So when you try to install the software downloaded from the Canon download library, a message will be displayed and you would not be able to launch the installation process.

In that case, please follow the solutions below:

  • Whenever you will make an attempt to install the printer on a Mac OS a message box will appear - “The software can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer"
  • Press the control key and while pressing it click the applicable installation package file. A menu dropdown will open there. Select “Open”
  • Another message box would appear on the screen stating - "The software is from an unidentified developer. Are you sure you want to open it?". Select “Open”.
  • The installer will be launched

Q. Whenever I print any picture from my Canon Pixma IP1800 printer some streaks appear on the trailing edge of the printouts. Are my Canon Pixma IP1800 ink cartridges faulty or the printer is damaged?
A. There is nothing wrong with the printer or the Canon Pixma IP1800 ink cartridges. When the streaks or uneven prints appear on the trailing edge of printouts, it suggests that you are printing outside the recommended print area of the sheet. You can improve this by resetting the print media type and print quality on printer’s properties.

Here is the combination you need to set to resolve this issue:
Media Type: Photo Paper Pro PR-101
Print Quality: High or Fine (after clicking Custom)

Q. I use a Canon Pixma iP1800 printer for photo printing. I just want to know if it is possible to print only in black and white to reduce the consumption of my colour Canon Pixma iP1800 ink cartridges? Can you tell me what can be done?
A. Yes, If you set the printing mode of your Canon printer to “GrayScale” it would produce only black and white printouts.

Follow the steps below for Windows PC:

  • Go to Quick setup or “Main” tab of printing preferences window
  • Or, display the [printer properties] or just click on the [print options] during the print process
  • Select GrayScale printing mode there and click “Ok”

On Mac OS:

  • Select [Quality & Media] from the pop-up menu on the Print Dialog and select the [Grayscale Printing] check box.

Once you have selected the Grayscale mode you will be able to produce prints in black and white colour. However, note that using a grayscale mode would not prevent the printer to use the mixture of other Canon Pixma iP1800 ink cartridges. You should know that even if you are printing just texts using black tanks, the printer would still use a combination of other colour Canon Pixma iP1800 ink cartridges to produce “composite” black for images and graphics.

Thus it would be hard to say how much amount of colour ink you would be able to save even after printing black and white. The number of inks used in this setting is dependent on a number of different factors. Which includes the model of your printer, the type of prints you are producing (photo, graphics or text), the type of media you are printing onto and the quality setting you have selected within the driver.

So the conclusion is, the print might appear as a black/monochrome print but still the other Canon Pixma iP1800 ink cartridges would be used in the process. Also, it is not possible to print photos and graphics only with the black ink.