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I just wanted to know how normal is it to get a few clogged nozzles in a brand-new Stylus Pro 5000.... received mine from japan yesterday, followed all the procedures for installing ink (first turn on the printer, then instert the cartridges, then wait five minutes for it to load the ink pipes while making noises.) First print came out banded. Run the nozzle check pattern, and there are two clogged nozzles in the cyan, two more in yellow and one more in light cyan. After two rounds of head cleaning procedure (via sofware driver utility), the light cyan unclogged. After a couple of prints, three hours of rest, and two more cleaning cycles, the two clogged cyans and the two clogged yellows still are. Is this usual? is there a deeper cleaning procedure? How much ink am I wasting in each cleaning cycle? thanks in advance, -- Roberto Michelena EOS S.A. Lima, Peru -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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