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Hi!

Please check the waste container where the ink cartridges rest. After some time, ink sprayed into this container during cleaning cycles and builds up to form a heap of solid waste material of ink. On getting too high it makes contact with the printer head and drags ink across all printed material which is required to be cleaned out with a small wooden stick or brush.

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Try cleaning, re-aligning and then cleaning the heads. OR it could be a bad cartridge??

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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