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Printing with my second hand hp officejet d145

Can you clean a printhead on hp officejet d145? My message saying "Bad printhead", asking to replace or clean mt cyan printhead

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You can clean it with maybe a little alcohol then go thru the motions of cleaning from the printer controls

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