In the canon printer ink supply, there has been an annoying problem with printer ink reflow! It results too much resistance and can not continuous high-speed printing. For example, some office printers may not be used for a long time, the phenomenon of printer ink reflow is also found. Now, in the ink tube on the installation of one-way valve (long-term corrosion-resistant materials to do, no resistance type), then again do not worry about reflow problems. And the former modified machine can also be re-installed, simple, convenient and practical.
The main reason of printer ink reflow is that with the tight supply of the system caused by poor internal pressure imbalance, the main reasons are the following:
The first possibility is to reduce the position of the connection, even for the use or not in the state with the printer should be in the same level, which is all one of the cartridge even for the use of important considerations. Solution will be even with the printer on the same level, it is best to use double-sided adhesive will even sticke rs on the side of the printer, after the use of ink suction fixture.
The second may be in the modified cartridge in the reaming operation is too large or drilling or solid core plug is not completely plug in place caused by leakage. Solution: the solid plug plug in the re-plug in place, the more tight the better, and then use AB glue around the hollow plug to seal, after treatment with ink suction fixture.
The third may be the elbow was built into the cartridge inside the sponge blockage caused by the ink can not normally enter. Solution, pull out the elbow, with a toothpick will be the corresponding ink within the sponge thorn a few times, so that the sponge relaxation, but must control the depth of the piercing, to prevent the thorn to the nozzle. After treatment with ink suction fixture. (The third is too professional, not recommended)
If it is the second reason:
You can buy a sealed ring which is a little bit bigger than previous one, the general seller to provide are relatively small, then sealed with a sealant (hot melt).