My once dependable Epson R1900 is working very poorly. Every time I print, the initial result is horrible; running the cleaning cycle usually solves the problem, but only temporarily.
Last night, I made a print which was terrible, ran the cleaning cycle, and made two perfectly good prints. I printed a test page ten hours later and it showed many gaps in the patterns.
I have learned that many of you are using more sophisticated cleaning procedures than the one the printer can do itself. Where can I learn about this stuff?
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