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I want to carry out a nozzle check on Epson C61& can't find where to locate this action on my rather new iMac Ann

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Power the printer off. Press and hold the paper feed button and power back on. Keep the paper button held down until a sheet of paper is fed. This will print a nozzle check. To do a head clean press and hold the ink button for 5 seconds.

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