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I guess that your print head is clogged. There are someuseful ways to get the printer's head clean without having to buy anothercartridge. Using a syringe and some alcohol to unclog the holes can be a very helpfulsolution. First remove thecartridge from the printer, with the syringe, take in some alcohol and put insome drops in the tiny hole where the ink runs from the ink cartridge to thehead of the printer. When done, put the cartridge in some warm water, make sureonly where the tiny holes are found. Ifsome ink runs in the water, it means that the holes have been unblocked. Letthe alcohol act for 20 minutes on the ink before putting the cartridge back inthe printer. Run some test prints before using the printer normally.
I would suggest you to doan automatic head cleaning each time before any printing task. It will reducethe risk of having the print heads blocked by dried ink. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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