How to Fix Clogged White Ink in Your Printer

Are you struggling with a clogged white ink in your printer? It's a common problem that can be frustrating to deal with. But don't worry, we've got you covered with this step-by-step guide.

The first thing you need to do is shut off the power and take a look at your printer's white tank. If it's completely gone, you'll need to add some white ink. You can find white ink at under DTF direct to film and DTF ink. Make sure you give the ink a good shake before adding it to the printer.

Next, it's time to work on the ink damper. To do this, remove the cover and test the damper with positive and negative pressure. The white damper is different from the color dampers and cannot be tested in the same way. If you find that the damper is damaged, you'll need to replace it with a new one. You can find the right damper at under DTF parts.

Once you've replaced the damper, you'll need to monitor the ink inflow. Turn on the printer and let the white ink management system do its job. You may need to wait 15-20 minutes for the ink to fully flow through the damper.

Remember, it's important to keep your printer's white ink management system running to prevent future clogs. And if you ever have any questions or need assistance, visit or stop by our location in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Don't let a clogged white ink ruin your printing experience. Follow these steps and get back to producing beautiful prints.

Mar 22nd 2023 Kevin Day

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