- Feb 4, 2014
- Reaction score
- Printer Model
- PRO-10, Pro9500II, MAXIFY
Let's say it's the printer equivalent of a regular potty.
Wasted ink is going into a removable container instead of being absorbed by the ink pads at the bottom of the printer.
Of course, unless the machine already comes with this feature, installing a potty requires "surgery" and the user must have enough skills and knowledge to perform the operation.
Depending on the model of printer it might be very difficult or relatively easy.
Speaking for myself, I wouldn't dare to do that on my Pro10s.
I did it once on the PRO-9500 with @The Hat's very detailed instructions.
The PRO-10 is built the same, I don't think it will be different.
Once you know how to remove the exterior it is peanuts.