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Canon Multi pass F60

I have to keep cleaning or deep cleaning to get the black ink to print properly or else it is blotchy and prints poorly. If I keep using it it seems ok but if it sits for awhile maybe half an hr to one hr I will have to clean it again. The color works fine. What do you think?

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I flipped up the leve on the right and removed the print head assembly and cleaned it real good and now it works perfect.

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downicon.gif Print the Nozzle Check Pattern again.
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