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- Apr 19, 2007
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The results of your current nozzle check look like an electrical failure and not clogs as you may suspect
Thanks for the replies. Before investing in a Waterpik (which might cost more than a replacement print head), I'd like to know if I'd be "flogging a dead horse". How does one tell from the patterns in a nozzle check whether the problem is a blockage or an electrical fault?Use a waterpik with glass cleaner like Windex or anything else. Soak first then use. Repeat if necessary. A revolution in stubborn clogs.
Clog nozzles are usually random that move around and are not continues straight lines or missing segments that are always static.How does one tell from the patterns in a nozzle check whether the problem is a blockage or an electrical fault?