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Hi, I think David Tobie addressed this very well in his reply to my question John "-----Original Message----- "From: email@example.com "[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Donna Aldridge "Sent: Thursday, July 08, 1999 1:06 AM "To: email@example.com "Subject: Re: Epson SC3000 " " "someone wrote: ">> I was hoping that I ">> could switch the standard cartridges with archival ones (I have to get them ">> yet!) as I needed and back to the standard ones. The manual does seem to ">> indicate that once you remove the cartridges you can't tell the level and ">> suggest that this is not a good idea. "Jon Cone wrote: ">you should know that you can't just flip back and forth between archival and ">standard cartridges.--snip--try weighing the cartridges before ">and after taking them out. Jot dowwn the relative status settings. Try and ">correlate to weight. And make a note as to how far you can print with the ">status settings when you reinstall. "> ">you definiely do not want to introduce air into the lines! "------------------------- "I was wondering how you treat 3000 carts that are not empty when you remove "them from the printer and want to re-use them later. I understand about "dealing with the Pro XL and EX carts, but the 3000's cartridges are "entirely different and I will likely want to do some changing/flushing to "try the Lyson inks at times. " "Thanks---Donna " Donna Aldridge " Aldridge Studios " "Fine Arts~Traditional and Digital Media " firstname.lastname@example.org "- "Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. "http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. " - Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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