Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
You may need to manually clean the inkjet cartridge. Be careful when doing this because inkjet cartridges can be messy; you may want to put a newspaper or paper towel on the work area before you begin. First, open the printer and remove the ink cartridge. Next, use a damp cotton ball to sponge any excess ink off the cartridge. If there is lint or debris on the print heads, remove it carefully. Allow the cartridge to dry, and then reinstall it.
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