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Jet clogging the jets are clogging very frequently , what is causing this and can it be fixed ?

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  • sme3s Jun 12, 2008

    I have just the same problem if I haven't used the printer for a day or 2

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Hi,
Clean the printer head with a cloth or absorbent cotton or clean tissue. It may have been clogging because it was not use for many days. It needs cleaning always when printer was not use for a longer period of time.

Set your printer to cleaning then test print. if same problem persist perform deep cleaning. I have tried it many times and It works.

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