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Don't want to come back from 2 weeks off to find heads dried etc.  

 

Presumably leave it turned on with no material in it, but is that enough?

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That should be enough. Don't leave ventilation around the printer - moving air dries PH's fast. When you come back  - shake inks, make PH cleanings for each color. If there is a dry PH - put only the nozzles in distilled water at room temperature for a very short time and very carefully wipe the nozzles with a soft cloth, then run again cleaning procedure...

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