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Hey Joe, Do you think these pads are $35 better than just putting some regular sponge material in there instead? Does anything look special about them? John Richmond Alpha Electronics 3846 Pipers Crest San Antonio, Tx 78251 (210) 681-1527 email@example.com ----- Original Message ----- From: "Joe Dolice" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: <email@example.com> Sent: Wednesday, May 29, 2002 12:15 PM Subject: Re: alternative inks, and ink usage > Hi Phil & Marilu, > I just ordred 2 sets of pads for my 1160 from National Parts Depot. > Margaret Jones <MJones@nationalparts.com> is very halpful and pleasant > to deal with. I sent the order via email, and she replied within hours > that the order was received, gave me an order number and let me know > that the pads would take about a week to get to them and that she would > then notify me when they were shipped from NPD to me. > National Parts Depot's minimum order is $25, so I ordered TWO sets of > pads. I'm quoting my order here in case you need quantities, numbers, > etc: > "8 each Epson ref# 743, Part# 1048802 Porous Pad FL each $0.50 Total > $4.00; 4 each Epson ref# 752, Part# 1048800 Porous Pad LG each $3.20 > Total $12.80; 4 each Epson ref# 766, Part# 1048801 Porous Pad SM each > $2.20 Total $ 8.80." > Above comes to $25.60 + with their shipping and tax, the total billed > to my CC was $35.83; for me shipped to New York City. Your total may > vary, of course depending upon where you are located. Personally, I > always try to get a service manual for any equipment before I tear into > it, and one is available also through them. FYI, the Epson part # for > the Service Manual for the 1160 is "TM-SC860/1160", and if I recall > correctly it cost around $21. You might be able to get one cheaper from > anothr source, but I have found Margaret Jones at NPD so helpful in > responding to my inquiries that I order from them exclusively. Hope this > is of help. > Joe D. > > Phil & Marilu Morse wrote: > > > > Hello Larry, > > > > Here is the procedure I used yesterday to successfully reset my 1160. I am > > sorry I cannot credit the orignal author or list where I found this as I had > > saved only the procedure body of the message. My apologies and thanks to > > the original author for his concise work. > > > > 1. Turn the printer off using the power button on the panel of the > > printer. > > 2. Disconnect the interface cable at the back of the printer. > > 3. Hold down the 'LOAD/EJECT' and 'CLEANING' buttons simultaneously. > > 4. Turn the printer on. Release all buttons as soon as paper out light > > flashes. > > 5. Quickly press the 'LOAD/EJECT' button while paper out light is > > flashing. > > 6. Release the button and the printer will initialize. > > 7. Once initialization is complete, turn the printer off. > > 8. Reconnect the interface cable. > > 9. Turn the printer on and try to print a document. > > > > Now can anyone tell me where I can purchase 1160 waste ink pads? > > > > Phil > > > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "Larry Buzzell" <firstname.lastname@example.org> > > > > > Turned on power, and the lights remain blinking on/off.................... > > > ........My reset procedure isn't staying stuck! > > > > > > Larry > > > > - > > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.