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This problem could be caused by gravity: ink bottles too high in relation to the printhead. Try lowering the bottles just a bit and see if the problem disappears. Michael Plack PS: Your message arrived in html. Please check your browser to see if you're set to send all messages in plain text. ----- Original Message ----- From: Shire,Stanley To: email@example.com Sent: Sunday, April 21, 2002 8:31 AM Subject: Repeating Glob Last week my 1270 w/ Niagara CIS (Gen 4 inks) began to print a black mark (sometimes a "drop" approx 1/16in in size; other times a drop and a ¼" long mark). The "mark" is 4 3/8" from the left paper edge and ¾" from the beginning of the image area. The mark repeats every 5/8" , getting lighter and lighter until it fades completely about halfway down the print. If I print 2 images in succession, the mark will generally (but not always) not appear on print 2. ?????????????? Test shows none of this; no head clogs, etc. The prints look fine other than this. Paper is not an issue; it happens with HWM, Enhanced Velvet, PSG. Can anyone help? Stan Shire Associate Professor/Department Chair Photographic Imaging Community College of Philadelphia Adobe Photoshop 6 A.C.E. 215 751-8320 firstname.lastname@example.org - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.