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Man on man when I get ""off the list": all the " EXPERTS" start talking refilling. ( Can't go into detail as I still am on proposals this week but next wekk...) I have refilled 100's of times using at least 20 different combinations to fine tune a super easy to use vacuum refill kit and all my statements are backed up by proven observation and actual experiments! When folks who have " never refilled", try to guess what will happen, be real careful about what they are saying!!! It may not be relevant to what really happens!!! Man the stuff posted the last days about my "high vacuum refillling commnents" are a joke!! I will post the truth next week and yes guys the ink really can boil ( depending on the ink formulation) with a syringe you do not need a high cost vacuum pump to boil ink, a syringe can generate a low enough pressure to do it just fine I do it all the time! I do use a 50 CC and 35CC syringe to do this And if ink boils ( deairs) in the cartrigde guess what the sponge will trap these fine bubbles!! Do the words surrface tension mean anything? Once the bubble attach to a surface ( sponge) they tend to stay there! I got some refills with nothing but fine foam in the outlet ink flow and it took a lot of flushing to get the foam out! It really happened guys!! No guessing on my part! TomCat - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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