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Eradicate ink spills in your continuous ink systems

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Continuous Ink Systems are currently very fashionable, so fashionable that one Epson printer comes with a built-in CISS, a system that was taboo in printer companies.

Like we’ve said in a post at the very beginning of this blog, regarding, of course, Continuous Ink Systems, we’ve already started helping people out with the issues related to this product. "We don’t recommend" you install a Continuous Ink System in your printer, since we already know they don’t work as well as they seem to.

Now we can start working on a solution for a very common issue among CISS buyers, who think installing one of these systems is a simple process when even us, techs, have problems with the installation.
Once you’ve installed the Continouus Ink System in your printer, the ink keeps coming out of the bottom of the headprint, spilling so much of it that you can actually see it emerge from under the printer. Obviously, this can make a big mess out of things. This can happen for two different reasons:
  1. You’ve installed the CISS way higher than it needs to be.
  2. You haven’t laid out the CISS filters properly.
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Regarding the proper height for installing these systems, this one seems to be the best one.
Proper height for setting up a CISS
Proper height for setting up a CISS
Everything that was exposed in this blog post is the writer’s personal opinion, and not information belonging to companies such as Epson. You mustn’t take this piece of information as a rule. If this works out for you, congratulations! If it doesn’t, we will not be held accountable for any problems caused on your printer.

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