Another method is to leave the cartridge overnight in a sealed plastic
bag with a piece of wet cloth or similar inside. Of course it won't
work as fast as submerging the nozzle in water, but then you don't
risk flooding the cartridge either.
>> > This is how the printer technician at my work does it:
>> > Place the cartridge head down in a shallow bowl with clean water.
>> > Leave it in for a few hours, wipe it of gently with a clean cloth rag.
>> > Do NOT use tissuepaper!
>> > Make sure its dry before you place it back into the printer again.
>> > This might have to be repeated, but its safe for the nozzles and ink.
>> Thank you, I will try that. I am wary of water and electronics, but
>> the cartridge is pretty much all PET or ABS, and I do believe that the
>> ink is water based.
> Just a fraction of an inch of water.
> Dont submerge the whole thing.
> You only need to "wet" the nozzles.
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