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I just find the sponge where the printhead sits when in cleaning mode, soak it with windex, and clean the windex off it with a paper towel. I do that about 30 times, clean off the rubber "wiper", and the other sponge beside the main one. (both sponges, and rubber wiper on all the way on the right on an epson small in one) The the sponges get soaked with windex and the printhead pushed into place, and let to soak for about 20 minutes. This only gets done when I get tired of doing several cleaning cycles and it still doesn't print correctly. Its saved me from buying a new printer 3 times now.
Could you please explain the pinesap? I'm confused, or are you not talking about the pinesap from the tree?
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