Question about HP Deskjet D2360 InkJet Printer
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Did you refill the cartridges? If yes, you seem to much inkrefill. When hp refilled cartridges, respiratory holes must beclosed as usual. The hole should not be sealed but should notbe too loose. If too tight, the ink will not come out, if too loose,ink will flood because the force of gravity. At the time of printing, and emerging gaps, try to head off and check the bottom of the head is the ink floods.
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