Question about Printers & Copiers
Ok my best solution would be to get an engineer out to give the printer a thorough service but if this is costs more than the printer i would suggest just buying a new one. the problem is that when the printer cleans itself (i'm guessing its inkjet) it sometimes squirts a tiny amount of ink into an absorbant pad or container and over time it builds up and so the printer can't print as it would more than likely be spreading the old ink over the page. hope thats any help to you
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
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