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FWIW: We reset the cartridges on our old 2000P and get double the print output. But one has to then pay attention to the actual printing, as eventually one of the colors will run out, without the printer realizing it. And although you inevitably waste a print, it seems to be a good economic tradeoff (since you get *double* the output), as long as you don't attempt really big prints towards the end of the cartridge's life. The procedure is very easy. Here is the url for a page that explains how to do it. http://medlem.spray.se/chipreset/ The only caveat is that the photo does not properly show the little white tab that needs to be pushed down to release the ink carriage. But if you juts look at where the 'arrow' is, you can see a white piece of plastic that acts as a 'stop'. One just has to depress it, and it stays out of the way. Harvey Ferdschneider partner, SKID Photography, NYC Jim Wingo wrote: > This is a personal opinion only; you are free to accept or reject as you > choose (I didn't need to tell you that, though, did I?). > > I think it is an excercise in futility, if it can be done at all. I have > heard some say they have taken out carts, reinserted them, and have gotten > some extra pages. My thoughts are that the time, energy, and effort are > worth more than the few drops of ink one could eake out of a cart. There is > also the problems that could ensue if one were successful in being able to > run a cart dry: > 1. wasted paper (you could never be sure of exactly when the end has come > until a print gets ruined) > 2. wasted ink (the need to do extra priming and cleaning cycles on the head > - perhaps equal or greater than might be gained in running til dry) > 3. possible head damage from being run dry > > As I said - IMO > > Jim Wingo > > *********** REPLY SEPARATOR *********** > > On 5/19/2002 at 1:18 AM Lou wrote: > > >Can the cartridges be reset to make sure all the color ink has been used? > - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.