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>After a chip swap, the ink-out light went off! Nozzle checks were not too >good and after 4 cleaning cycles there are still some gaps. I have heard >that letting it sit helps and I have to go play music at a wedding anyways >so I will check it again when I return. >This all makes me a little nervous. Any advice is much appreciated. >Not-quite-so Exasoeratingly Yours, >Jim Germond Jim, If it's any consolation, I had the very same problem with my 870 and Niagara unit. And the same remedy -- swapped the chips and lights went out. With my 1280, re-seating the carts got the lights to go out. Yeah, your on target about letting it sit overnight -- should have good nozzle checks after an overnight rest. If not, do a SINGLE clean cycle and let it sit for a few more hours or overnight. Good luck. William Garcia - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.