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canon bjc 610 printer

My printers ink pad is clogged up.  How can I clean it???
Where can I get service book.
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leblancr122998
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hddp666Commented:
If you can get the pad out, you should be able to wash it in rubbing alcohol.
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jrhelgesonCommented:
You'll need to get a new ink pad, it is all but impossible to clean them.  I have one of those in stock if you wish to purchase it.

Those pads all but fall apart when you immerse them in alcohol.
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leblancr122998Author Commented:
Do you have a service book on this printer showing how to install
the pad????
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jrhelgesonCommented:
What was it that lead you to believe that your ink pad needs replacing?
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leblancr122998Author Commented:
Because the ink pad will no longer let the ink pass through it.
During start up the printer ejects a small amount of ink in the pad and that ink just sets on top of the pad.  
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jrhelgesonCommented:
This question has been dormant since 12-30-1998, Are you still interested in this issue or should this question be archived?
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