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How To Manually Clean Print Heads On Brother Mfc-j5945dw

Carry out these steps to clean the Brother MFC-J5945DW print heads manually

  • Usually, the print heads are cleaned automatically in the Brother printers whenever required.
  • The print head cleaning is executed automatically, either using the printer's control panel or product software from the computer to avoid touching the print heads.
  • If the Brother printer prints poor printing qualities in the print nozzle check sheet even after replacing the new cartridges, clean the print head nozzles manually.
  • Cleaning the print head unnecessarily consumes more ink and leads to loss.
  • The requirements for manually cleaning the print heads are plastic hose, large syringe, nozzle cleaner, and dry tissues.
  • Turn on the printer and select the print head cleaning from the Brother printer's control panel.
  • When the print head prompts you to open the scanner unit or top cover, lift the printer's top cover and wait until the print head moves from its home position.
  • When the print head starts moving, unplug the power cord and place the dry tissue under the print head without disturbing the internal parts.
  • Move the print head gently to wipe the spilled inks under the print head.
  • Do not remove the tissue before cleaning the clogged inks inside the ink tube.
  • Remove the ink cartridges and keep it away with closed caps.
  • Take the plastic hose and fix it on the syringe.
  • Fill the syringe with the nozzle cleaner and flush the ink tubes inside the ink cartridge holder using the nozzle cleaner.
  • Push and pull the cleaner back and forth to clean the clogged inks.
  • Examine the nozzle check sheet and follow the steps given above for the colors with the poor patters.
  • Take out the tissue or paper towel from the scanner unit.
  • Restart your printer after connecting the power cord to the wall outlet.
  • Print the nozzle check sheet again after some time to check the printing qualities.
  • If the problem persists on your Brother printer, contact our technical support for remote assistance.