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Hey, Everyone
I let pigment ink sit too long (Hotzone CISS) in my WF7610 and the ink has apparently dried in the printheads.
I've run through numerous cleaning cycles
I purchased a printhead cleaning kit and ran it through the heads
I did multiple cleaning cycles again

Still nothing.

Have I ruined the printer?
Should I try to find/replace the printheads?

Please help! :confused:
 

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Hey, Everyone
I let pigment ink sit too long (Hotzone CISS) in my WF7610 and the ink has apparently dried in the printheads.
I've run through numerous cleaning cycles
I purchased a printhead cleaning kit and ran it through the heads
I did multiple cleaning cycles again

Still nothing.

Have I ruined the printer?
Should I try to find/replace the printheads?

Please help! :confused:
If the heads are not recoverable then just replace the printer. These are not made to have the heads replaced. A 7610 is about $150 if you search online.

One thing that might help is to try to "soak" the print head with a cleaning fluid.
 

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If the heads are not recoverable then just replace the printer. These are not made to have the heads replaced. A 7610 is about $150 if you search online.

One thing that might help is to try to "soak" the print head with a cleaning fluid.
Thanx, AMW

Looks like replacement may be my only option.

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