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How to preserve an ink cartridge that is in use out of o printer?

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Hi there,

 

I am using HP black ink cartridges in a printer that is out of a compact box. More specifically it is an egg printer, as you will see in the photo.

 

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What is the best way to keep muy cartridge healthy. It works 2 hours per day and it is exposed the rest of the day.

Thank you for your time,

George 

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That is one cool egg printing machine.

You can buy storage containers for that ink cartridge when inserted the ink cartridge is sealed from the bottom preventing drying.

 

Do you have any print quality issues?

The ink cartridge on your machine is horizontal (in the printer is vertical) that can make liquid ink to be left behind in ink cartridge and causing print quality problems.

 




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