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HP L26500 Extra Print Head Cleaning

Discussion in 'Hewlett Packard' started by daenterpri, Oct 3, 2013.

  1. daenterpri

    daenterpri Member

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    What do you folks think about keeping the Extra Printhead Cleaning option enabled for this printer? An HP tech explained that my printheads will last a lot longer if I do, possibly saving me a bit of money. What do you guys think, is it worth it? It also seems like I might go through ink quicker too, but I'm not sure.
     
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  2. signdesigner1

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    I only used the extra PH cleaning when I would setup a 200' run to print overnight on my older 25500. I believe the PH temp. is much better for the 26500 so its not necessary. I don't believe it uses an excessive amount of ink, but it will burn through the cleaning cartridge very very fast.
     
  3. P Wagner

    P Wagner Very Active Member

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    Use extra PH cleaning with caution as it will burn through the cleaning cartridge much faster with it enabled versus not enabled.
     
  4. danno

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    I am currently running the Extra Printhead Cleaning on our L26500. The printhead life has been extended from around 12-1300ml to about 18-2000 ml. We have had our L26500 for 1 1/2 years. When it's running correctly, it's great. But it can be like waking a grizzly bear from hibernation at times. I don't think HP is supplying the same printheads for purchase that they shipped with the machine. I put about 3500-4000ml on the original heads and have just been able to get back to half of that amount.
     
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