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Gaps in cyan when printing

Hi, I posted a problem for fixing gaps in the cyan on my printer. I got a solution on how to manually clean the print head. Do I leave the ink cartridges in the printer while performing the cleaning or should they be removed? Thanks eastman

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You can leave them in as they will take no harm and the ink will help to push any blockages out from the other side

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