Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
One way of 'cleaning' the head is take a small shallow cup of some sort, fill it enough just to place the cartridge head in (maybe 1/4" or 1/2") of warm water, Soak the head of the cartridge for about 5 minutes. Manufacturers do not recommend this, however I have found it works for a cartridge that has been sitting for awhile unused.
It removes the dried ink from the head and lets it flow again.
Most printers programming has method of cleaning the print heads by printing. Try that a few times, if no luck, soak the head as described above. Good luck!
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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