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Can the Cold Cause Ink Cartridge Problems?
No, ink cartridges will not have problems due to cold temperatures.
Ink of ink cartridges have chemicals similar to the components of anti-freeze. Cold temperatures will not affect ink quality or print quality. If ink cartridges are frozen, simply warm it up and dry its case. Condensation from frozen ink cartridges can cause damage to the printer.
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