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Is this Droppage?

Discussion in 'Newbie Forum' started by MrSalumi, Nov 13, 2012.

  1. MrSalumi

    MrSalumi Member

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    Title says it all? If not, what is this called and how do i stop it?
     

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  2. MrSalumi

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    here is another photo
     

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  3. Mosh

    Mosh Major Contributor

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    I thought this was going to be about wearing a bra!!
     
  4. Bradster941

    Bradster941 Verboten

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    What a Lazy Post that doesn't even merrit this Responce..


    :omg2:
     
  5. 401Graphics

    401Graphics Very Active Member

    you probably have dust or hair stuck on or around your print head. once enough ink has built up on a piece while its printing.... DRIP, right on your print.
     
  6. GAC05

    GAC05 Major Contributor

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    I think 401 is correct.
    You have a case of DRIPPAGE.

    Clean the head & the capping station/wiper - if it continues go to the doctor and ask for a shot of penicillin.......


    wayne k
    guam usa
     
  7. DizzyMarkus

    DizzyMarkus Active Member

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    I just had this at one end of a 10' banner :0( Upon further investigation, it was fuzz on the mag/yellow head. Two big drips right on the print errrrr lol

    Markus
     
  8. MrSalumi

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    Bradster: I didnt realize that I needed to post an elaborate question. Thanks for clearing that up. I appreciate the time you took to cynically respond. :)

    401, GAC, Dizzy: Thanks for the genuine responses! I'll look tomorrow :)
     
  9. MrSalumi

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    Pat... Thanks for your well written response. I'll take your advice and look for the obstruction. As for being a smart a$$, reputable member or not it was a cynical response and I didn't appreciate it. I'm obviously new the the field and therefore am posting my "newb" questions in the newbie section...

    I appreciate all the help folks
     
  10. anotherdog

    anotherdog Very Active Member

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    There was a time when everyone on this forum was a newb, even if for some it was many years ago. I guess it's hard to remember the frustration of having problems without access to a resource like this site.

    The repeated asking and answering of the basics keeps this site alive with new members.

    Of course the caustic replies to badly worded questions also entertains.
     

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