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----- Original Message ----- From: =^.^= <firstname.lastname@example.org> > I tried it on 'pizza' this morning and only got back about 7 hits. That > surprised me since I got the impression that pizza wheel marks have been > discussed considerably here! > > So at least now I know that there may be more information about it in the > archives and the search feature is just not pulling it up. > > BTW, the only "fix" I've seen so far for pizza wheel marks is to remove > some of the little paperfeed gears??? Eeek! I don't want to have to start > disecting my brand new printer. The printer should produce dot-free prints > without having to remove pieces of it! > > Bev > Bev: Did you explore http://come.to/digitaldarkroom ? There are some good references there on this. I think what most people do is to place a washer under each end of the sheet metal thingie that holds the pizza wheels. This is somewhat scary, but only takes a few minutes. Care must be taken to avoid mangling the jets on your print heads! Guess how I know that! bob snow - 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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