Question about HP DeskJet 932c InkJet Printer
I changed the ink cartridge and the next day or so I was moving the printer to clean around it and it was sitting in a pile of ink. I tried to clean what I could see but when I picked it up ink was acutally dripping from the bottom of the printer. When I looked inside on the right side there was globs on ink just sitting there. Does anyone know how to clean this out so it will work or should I just get another printer? Thanks.
If you hose it outside it will be a mess and will take an hour. A wet circuit board will need complete drying for a day and sometimes require to short out the capacitors to clear fault memory for power up.
Many little motors in there don't like to get wet.
Posted on Dec 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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