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Hi George, well when this happens usually there is a fault in that particular Drive circuitry for that particular Nozzle. It's getting bad Voltage from the Power supply, and this is what's eventually destroying the Ink Nozzles, time after time.
Unfortunately, with a unit such as this, really they cannot be economically repaired. Unless of course one could get a 2nd hand unit for spares, and swap out the Power Supplies, and that may fix your problem.
The BEST thing to do, would be to obtain a new printer.
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
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