Does one treat an Epson Check Pattern?

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drgas99
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Does one treat an Epson Check Pattern?
Feb 6, 2013

Clog was detected during the autocheck on an Epson 4900 but no noticable quality changes in the print. The check pattern showed a few gaps in a VLM and C.

After multiple cleanings, power cleanings, and Windex Pad overnight multiple times, there are still detected clogs.

The check pattern still shows a few gaps in several colors now: VM, LK, Y, VLM, LC

The question is:  Does one treat the pattern or the leave it alone if I can't detect a problem with the prints?

As an aside, the print pattern was much worse following the first attempt at using Windex overnight to clean it:  All Print Head had Signifanct Gaps throughout the pattern. Anybody else notice this?

Is good, good enough?

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