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Here is the link to the user manual; http://www.fargo.com/users_guides_pdf/Persona_C11_M11_User_Guide_Finalized_Rev.%205.01_.pdf Check page 181 for detailed instructions, page 179/180 for details of what you need to clean it. Hope this helps :)

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    2. Run a cleaning cycle using your Epson printer utilities program. In Windows, go to "Start," "Printers and Faxes," right-click on your printer and choose "Printing Preferences." Select the "Utility" or "Maintenance" tab, depending on your printer model, and click "Head Cleaning." When the head cleaning cycle is complete, run "Nozzle Check." Repeat the head cleaning and nozzle check one to three times.

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    ii) Hold down the RESUME/CANCEL button until the POWER lamp flashes twice, and then release it immediately.

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    ii) Hold down the RESUME/CANCEL button until the POWER lamop flashes once, and then release it.
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    1) Ensure that the printer is turned on.
    2) Open the Printer properties dialog box.
    3) Start Print Head Deep Cleaning.
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    iii) Select the Print Head to be cleaned, and then click Execute.
    iv) When confirmation message is displayed, click OK. Print Head deep cleaning starts when the POWER lamp starts blinking,
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    i) Print a nozzle check pattern to check the Print Head condition.
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    iv) If the problem persists, the Printer Head may be damaged. Contact your dealer or Canon Customer Care Center.

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