Question about HP OfficeJet 7410 All-In-One InkJet Printer
Inkjet printers don't tolerate being ignored for that long and some fail to print reliably after only a couple of weeks without use.
I serviced many inkjets over the years and they are now often too cheap to warrant service at all.
The cleaning routines will also not likely help after a long period of inactivity but if you don't care about 'inky' fingers, remove the cartridges and take a low fiber paper towel, fold it in half a couple of times, spray the middle with window cleaner and gently scrub the printing surface of the cartridges until they start to bleed fairly heavily.
If they still are clogged and it is worth the cost to you, replace all of the ink cartridges to return it from the dead.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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