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On Wed, 02 Jun 1999 19:39:21 -0400, you wrote: >I think the idea of cleaning cartridges is an excellent one. We spend half a year >away from home in the winter, and I came back to find my 800 hopelessly clogged and a >client needing something immediately, so I bought an 850. I can't afford to do that >every year . In fact if the cleaning cartridges were used to total flush out all inks in the line & nozzles then you could safely put the unit into cold storage. Surprising that none of the inkjet makers did consider that there will be periods of disuse. I suppose that the simplest way may be to use empties and fill with a mix of IPA & water- I'm not to sure about running Windex thru the set up -nor do I really want to try it....yet. 8-). Anyone have an idea what to use for a line & nozzle flush- there was a mention about something from the people who are selling the Luminous r paper - they have a cleaner cart but do not know if there is one for all models of Epson printers. ellery ellery chua Ace Cor Enterprise Pte Ltd Your friendly producer of customised mouse pads, coasters & fridge magnets. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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