Question about Philips SA1MXX04P/02 GoGear Mix MP3 Player
My philips gogear mix 2gb is not opening how can i solve this problem??
Posted on Jun 21, 2011
Open it & place it into a food bag containing rice , the rice will absorbe the moisture , if you cant open it , just pop it in bag anyway . pop the closed bag into a warm place , like airing cubourd . hopefully it will be ok once its dried out . fingers crossed
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DO use the 1:10 mix and try the powerpurge.
Mix 1ml printhead cleaning solution (search internet) with 10ml of dye ink.
DONT USE ALCOHOL or any other kind of chemical solution except the printhead cleaning solution.
If you wont have success after doing it twice the ph is clogged and cant be fixed anymore!
The printheads construction is like a sandwich: In front of the nozzels is a filter to clean the ink before pressing it through the nozzels onto the paper. That is the main reason why some ink chanels will clog. You cant open the printhead to clean the filter.
Drop some ink into normal water and watch the flow:
dye ink will mix with water (like dropping a paintbrush with watercolors into the cleaning glass) while pigmented ink wont do so:
(translate german by help of google)
The 1:10 mix wont affect the quality though ink always consists of 98-99% of water! It prevents the ink from drying out.
The bk part of the printhead has another stand-alone construction and doesnt need any "support" by help of additives.
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