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When i print something there are excess ink that makes my work dirty.

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After the printer sits over the weekend, each Monday I have to run a cleaning to get a good print. It works fine all week.


The weekend break may sufficient time for excess ink to congeal on the print heads. As an experiment, clean the heads Friday before COB, then check on Monday. If the heads are dirty, leakage is occurring while the printer is idle.

Apr 18, 2016 | Canon MP560 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Lines on your printed paper??


Lines are caused by a dirty, or clogged printer cartridge. Low quality ink is the most common factor in this issue. For a quick fix, pull out your cartridges and use a damp cloth to clean off the excess ink/dirt. If the problem persists, try replacing the entire cartridge.




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Photosmart c7280 leaking


Its not leaking print it self cleaning the print head nozzles, right side area called service station.. its dirty work and only professionals can clean it.

Jan 30, 2012 | HP Photosmart C7280 Laser Printer

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When I print a glossy photo print, right at the end the printer makes a noise as if its labouring and there are excess ink smudges on the corners of the print. It only happens when printing glossy paper.


i think the problem is with your print head. i have the same problem before. when i put out the print head to check. there's a lot of excess ink. this may be the reason for the ink smudges on the corners of your print. and when you set your printer to photo printing. it is programmed to put larger amount of ink than normal printing. the best way is to have your printer checked by your service center or change your printhead to a new one. goodluck!

Apr 19, 2011 | Canon PIXMA MP210 Photo All-In-One Printer

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Printing of fist few letters of a couple lines do not print or are very faint. Believe my printer heads need Cleaning. Help! How do i do that? Thanks. Joan Evans jeveans@silverpoplars.com 212 431 3926


It is not easy, apparently the head where you put the inks are very dirty. the only way is to use a qtips and start cleaning in the area and remove excess ink has in the cartridge. Thanks

Nov 27, 2010 | HP DeskJet F4280 All In One Printer InkJet

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Received a solution to replacing the ink absorber on my Pixma iP1800 printer, however, it did not tell me where the ink absorber is located and if it's something I can get to. Please advise.


When the printer is _NOT_ printing, where do the print-heads go? Correct! They go to where ink-absorbers let gravity drain the excess ink into the absorbers.

Jun 09, 2010 | Canon PIXMA iP1800 InkJet Photo Printer

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Epson 9600 splatering black ink on images mostly on the right side


I have not worked on such a large machine, but it sounds like the ink waste station likely need cleaning. All smaller inkjet printers have silicone wiper blades that clean excess ink off the print head surface, if the blades are heavily saturated in junked up ink they may not be cleaning the print head appropriately. I have cleaned many wiper sleds with warm water and Q-tips, but always on home or SOHO machines. If this is not something you feel comfortable doing, call a professional technician, I'm sure that machine is worth and simple service call.

Mar 23, 2010 | Epson Stylus Pro 9600 InkJet Printer

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New ink cartridge not recognized


Please check if there is not some dirt, or something blocking the contacts from reading. Also the ink level is measured by optical sensor that can also be dirty.
Also make sure you use an Original Canon cartridge.

Feb 28, 2010 | Canon Pixma iP2600 Photo InkJet Printer

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Printing misaligned color blotches, little squares off to the


Are you using genuine inks or compatibles/refills? Have you cleaned / aligned the print heads recently? Does it only happen on the second print? Could be a case of excess ink getting onto the rollers which then get hot and deposit the ink on the next paper coming through.
Also make sure you've selected the correct paper type before printing.

Oct 29, 2009 | Epson Stylus Photo 1280 InkJet Printer

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Something in the way


Usual thing is the carriage bar is dirty or dry. Open up the to lid so you can see the ink cartridges and as much of the silver bar they run across. Give the bar a wipe with a cloth and then oil it with some light oil eg WD40 squirted on that cloth. PLEASE MAKE SURE IT'S SWITCHED OFF B4 DOING THIS

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