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Clogged Damper

Discussion in 'Mutoh' started by jc1cell, Sep 20, 2010.

  1. jc1cell

    jc1cell Active Member

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    Based on your experience, what should I look for in a clogged damper?

    On the 1604 I run I can pull ink easily on the black damper. The head is clogged, I'm just trying to eliminate factors that caused it to go from full nozzle test to an array of dispersed lines.

    The cleaning pulls ink great (except the black of course). Placing the head in a container with flush, all nozzles pull and push fluid quite well except the black.

    I'm still working on that aspect of the issue but would like to eliminate all possible causes for the head to clog that way before passing out judgment.

    Thanks,
    jc
     
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  2. Stealth Ryder

    Stealth Ryder Very Active Member

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    replace the damper and move on....
     
  3. Compilla

    Compilla Active Member

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    Listen to SRider. He speaks the true!
    :supersmilie:
     
  4. jc1cell

    jc1cell Active Member

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    Will do. Just wanted to get insight on any specific things to look for in a damaged damper as part of troubleshooting.

    thanks,
    jc
     
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