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Ink spill inside InkJet Printer

Set Printer on side while moving to another location. Ink spilled in bottom of printer. I need to take off the bottom to wash it out, I think, or replace it. Does the bottome come off of a hp psc 750?

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Hi, You need to strip it from the top, use normal dish wash soap and hot water. TRy to work around the mechanical parts, this is kind of advance to strip. There's should also be a sponge that you can wash.

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