The print head in my Epson NX515 is in serious need of cleaning. This device
doesn't seem to have readily available maintenance menu for this until some
powerup timeout has expired. And then its buried behind other less important
stuff. And it looks as if the first pass didn't get all the plugged nozzles.
MTink used to be able to do this immediately so one didn't have to wait
around 15-20 minutes for the printer to decide to let one do it.
MTink has now lain semi-dormant for around 3 years and can no longer access
the newer printers.
Is there any hope of linux ever having a working utility for this again?
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