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Red ink not printing

Have replaced red ink, twice with no resulting print of this colour, the other colours have been replaced and print nicely, but run out of colour with test prints, I need help on using a cleaning fluid and the name of this. Is this all I need to do?

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  • ammon_m Jun 23, 2008

    it's a larger problem than ink just drying in the lines. I have a mfc 240-c which just stopped printing red even though the cartridge was full and I was using it regularly. This is interesting because I took a different 240-c back to the store because of the exact same problem. It is the red ink both times. I don't know if it is a software or hardware problem, but it is not just dry ink in the channel.

  • natnicors Dec 16, 2008

    I have a xerox c2424 it uses solid ink, my red has also stopped printing! We have done the automatic cleaning process, but it is not working.

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The channels for the ink to flow are really minute [small] if ink dries up in them it can take some time to soften it up before anything will flow. try deep cleaning the printhead.

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