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Sublimation Transfer Printer-Did You Know Your Printer Cartridge is Leaking?

Operating a sublimation transfer printer will always encounter a variety of problems, among which the printer leaks, is one of the problems that users often encounter. How to check if the printer is leaking? What is the performance of the printer leaking? When we encounter a leak, what should we do? Today, let me give you some detailed information about the leaks in the printer.

Epson sublimation transfer printer

How to check if the printer is leaking?

Check the sublimation printer for leaks. First, inject 25ml--30ml of ink into the nozzle. After the air in the pipe is sucked out, install the nozzle, which is higher than the car, and put it upside down for three seconds. At this time, there will be bubbles in the nozzle and it will rise upwards. At this time, we must carefully observe it. If the bubble rises slowly, it means that it is normal, and if the bubble does not stop, it means the air leaks at the mounting port.

What is the performance of the printer when it leaks?

Digital sublimation printer performance when leaking:

1. The phenomenon that the bubble does not go inside the nozzle during the process of spraying the image;

2. The bubble appears backwards;

3. The ink accumulation at the nozzle hole is very serious;

4, the contact belt will be stained with ink;

5, there will be broken ink when printing.

Epson sublimation transfer printer

What should I do if I find out that the printer is leaking?

The leakage of a typical digital inkjet printer mainly refers to the leakage of the mounting hole, which is most likely caused by excessive force during installation. It is recommended to use a bicycle inner tube with a hole in the middle and put it on the nozzle mounting hole, then tighten the ink needle.

The relevant knowledge about the leak of the printer is mentioned here. I hope that everyone will accumulate some printer knowledge, so that when the machine fails, it can solve it by itself. While saving time, it also saves maintenance costs. It can be said to kill two birds with one stone.