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3 Ways to Improve the Print Quality of an Inkjet Printer

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How to Improve the Print Quality of an Inkjet Printer

  • Adhere to the recommended maintenance on an inkjet printer, as directed by the manufacturer. Blocked nozzles and clogged printer heads are a common source of issues with inkjet printers and can compromise print quality.
  • Turn off the device when not in use. Leaving the device turned on exposes the printer heads to dust particles and debris, which can degrade the quality of images printed from an inkjet printer.
  • Confirm that the latest device drivers and firmware updates are installed on the printer. These updates usually can be downloaded free of charge from the printer manufacturer's website.
  • Save high-quality photo ink cartridges for use only when printing images and graphics to reduce wear and tear on the print heads. Ink cartridges tend to be fragile and can damage easily.

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