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Cleaning & Maintenance for Epson Inkjet Printers


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How to Unblock your Wide format Printer Head


Video Description

If your wide format printer nozzle check shows interruptions in the same place each time, it is likely that either paper dust or some foreign material has found it’s way underneath your print head, and has combined with your inkjet ink to form a hard area of dried ink, which is refusing to be shifted. John demonstrates how to clean the underside of your printer’s print head using Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid. You will need a J Cloth Pad, Scissors, Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid. Purchase Below:

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Includes 60ml bottle of Magic Bullet Print Head Cleaning Fluid, Syringe, Tube, Gloves, Complete and individual Purge Files for all Printers / colours, Printed Instructions & Printer Maintenance DVD
   
     

Further Wide format Cleaning videos:

General wide format fault-finding Cleaning your wiper blade, capping station & spit pad


How to Clean an Epson R3000 & R2000 Printer's Print Head

 

Video Description

If your nozzle check is missing in the same place every time, it is likely that paper dust has traveled up under the head, and has dried the ink. Good quality inkjet ink is not air drying, and needs the inkjet paper coating to dry the ink - paper dust will do just as well! To clear this blockage, John demonstrates how to clean the underside of your printer’s print head using Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid. You will need a J Cloth Pad, Scissors, Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid. Purchase Below:

Purchase Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid

Includes 60ml bottle of Magic Bullet Print Head Cleaning Fluid, Syringe, Tube, Gloves, Complete and individual Purge Files for all Printers / colours, Printed Instructions & Printer Maintenance DVD

 

How to Drill out Epson Inkjet Spigots with Micro Drill

 

Video Description

Often the simple reason that you lose a complete colour channel on your inkjet printer is because the inkjet spigot that pierces the ink cartridge is blocked. Simply drill out the affected spigot with the correct size Micro Drill - purchase below...

This video illustrates this solution using an Epson R3000 printer.
 
Video 2 (How to Clean your Printer's Print Head), 3 (How to Clean your Printer's Wiper Blade), 4 (How to Clean your Printer's Spit Pad) and 5 (How to Clean your Printer's Pump Cap) are also applicable to the Epson R3000. These can be found further down the page.

How to Clean an Epson 3880 / 3800 Printer's Print Head

 

Video Description

If your nozzle check is missing in the same place every time, it is likely that paper dust has traveled up under the head, and has dried the ink. Good quality inkjet ink is not air drying, and needs the inkjet paper coating to dry the ink - paper dust will do just as well! To clear this blockage, John demonstrates how to clean the underside of your printer’s print head using Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid. You will need a J Cloth Pad, Scissors, Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid. Purchase Below:

 

How to clean your Epson Pro 3800 / 3880 Pump Cap and Wiper Blade

   

Video Description

If you have a smear or indistinct nozzle check print out, it could be that your wiper blade is not evenly cleaning the underside of your print head. John demonstrates how to clean your printer’s wiper blade using Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid. You will need a J Cloth Pad, Scissors, Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid. Purchase Below:

Purchase Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid

Includes 60ml bottle of Magic Bullet Print Head Cleaning Fluid, Syringe, Tube, Gloves, Complete and individual Purge Files for all Printers / colours, Printed Instructions & Printer Maintenance DVD

 

   




ALL VIDEOS BELOW ARE APPLICABLE TO EPSON DESKTOP PRINTERS:



1) Removing clogged ink - How to Syringe Cleaning Fluid Through Your printer Head


Video Description

This video demonstrates how to unblock a blocked printer head. A blocked printer head is when Ink dries on a print head, usually with a mixture of ink and paper dust. Do not run multiple cleans as this in fact makes it worse, as even more ink dries out and wastes ink!, You will need a small flat-bladed screwdriver, Cotton buds, Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid. Purchase Below:

Purchase Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid

Includes 60ml bottle of Magic Bullet Print Head Cleaning Fluid, Syringe, Tube, Gloves, Printed Instructions, Complete and individual Purge Files for all Printers / colours & Printer Maintenance DVD

   


2) How to Clean your Printer's Print Head


Video Description

If your nozzle check is missing in the same place every time, it is likely that paper dust has traveled up under the head, and has dried the ink. Good quality inkjet ink is not air drying, and needs the inkjet paper coating to dry the ink - paper dust will do just as well! To clear this blockage, John demonstrates how to clean the underside of your printer’s print head using Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid. You will need a J Cloth Pad, Scissors, Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid. Purchase Below:

Purchase Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid

Includes 60ml bottle of Magic Bullet Print Head Cleaning Fluid, Syringe, Tube, Gloves, Complete and individual Purge Files for all Printers / colours, Printed Instructions & Printer Maintenance DVD

   


3) How to Clean your Printer's Wiper Blade


Video Description

If you have a smear or indistinct nozzle check print out, it could be that your wiper blade is not evenly cleaning the underside of your print head. John demonstrates how to clean your printer’s wiper blade using Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid, You will need a small flat-bladed screwdriver, Cotton buds, Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid. Purchase Below:

Purchase Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid

Includes 60ml bottle of Magic Bullet Print Head Cleaning Fluid, Syringe, Tube, Gloves, Complete and individual Purge Files for all Printers / colours, Printed Instructions & Printer Maintenance DVD

   


4) How to Clean your Printer's Spit Pad


Video Description

If you are getting streaks or blobs of ink on top of your prints, it could be that your print head is dumping ink on to the surface of your printer paper, because the print head had not been able to ‘spit out’ the excess ink at the end of it’s pass over the page. The print head ‘spits out’ excess ink at the left hand side of your platen, and if your spit pad is not clear, you can get a build up of dried ink, which can prevent correct operation of the print head function. You will need paper kitchen towel, Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid. Purchase Below:

Purchase Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid

Includes 60ml bottle of Magic Bullet Print Head Cleaning Fluid, Syringe, Tube, Gloves, Complete and individual Purge Files for all Printers / colours, Printed Instructions & Printer Maintenance DVD

   


5) How to Clean your Printer's Pump Cap


Video Description

If your cleaning cycles do not work. The sprung-loaded pump cap transfers vacuum to the print head during cleaning cycles, by forming an air-tight seal up under the printhead surface with it’s rectangular ‘O’ ring seal. This ‘O’ ring seal must be microscopically clean at all times - tiny particles of dried ink will prevent an efficient cleaning action by reducing your vacuum transfer efficiency. You will need Cotton Buds, Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid. Purchase Below:

Purchase Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid

Includes 60ml bottle of Magic Bullet Print Head Cleaning Fluid, Syringe, Tube, Gloves, Complete and individual Purge Files for all Printers / colours, Printed Instructions & Printer Maintenance DVD

   


6) How to Clean your Printer's Spigots


Video Description

If your nozzle check is missing in different places each time, it is likely that air is entering your ink circuit somewhere, and the most likely cause is A: leaky cartridge (replace cartridge) and if that does not work, try B: Cleaning your Print Head Spigots. These are the little black plastic ‘pins’ which pierce your inkjet cartridges. They have serations at the top of the pins, which enable the print head to draw ink out of your cartridges, and the cartridges have a rubber gland, which is supposed to form an air-tight seal with the printer spigots [pins). If you have a tiny area of dried ink stuck on the side of the spigots, you can have microscopic grains of dried ink, which will allow air to be drawn into the print head, and you will be trying to print with ink/air mixed, which is foam! You will need Cotton Buds, Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid. Purchase Below:

Purchase Magic Bullet Maintenance Fluid

Includes 60ml bottle of Magic Bullet Print Head Cleaning Fluid, Syringe, Tube, Gloves, Complete and individual Purge Files for all Printers / colours, Printed Instructions & Printer Maintenance DVD

   

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