Question about Canon PIXMA iP3500 Printer
Cleaning the absorber pads is not too difficult. Switch the printer on with the cover open until the head moves to the left side then switch the power off. The print head should now be positioned away from the pads. Lift the two pads out of the rubber holders with a pair of tweezers or long nose pliers and then rinse in running water (no detergent necessary). They will soon become clean and white again. Do not twist to wring out the water, you may damage the pads. Gently compress to remove excess water and then use paper towel to blot the remainder. Let them air dry in a warm location like on top of a radiator. The wells in the rubber holder can be cleaned with cotton wool or paper towel before returning the two pads. Place the left pad in first, then the right pad and press down.
Posted on Dec 30, 2013
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