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You can flush by go to the right side of the machine and put the two small ink dump tube from the pump and joint a extenuation to it. Put the end to a bottle through the led with a hole and seal with hot glue. Buy a suction pump of some kind, I use one from the soldering station, put the hose into the bottle led through a second hole seal with hot glue. Take off power plug from machine. Keep the head at the parking position. Pull the ink cartridge out of the cage, start the suction pump, the line will be flush out of any ink. Put the new cartridge in the cage and flush again new ink will be suck into the lines. Waste ink will be stored in the bottle. If you do not want to flush all cartridges at the same time, open the panel of the ink cartridge compartment and manually stop the ink valve of the cartridge. Regards K.T.Chan "J. Arthur Davis" wrote: > Nick: > B.S.! You will not invalidate the warranty by putting other than OEM > inks in your 9000. > > Jim Davis > mailto:email@example.com > > Nick Galante wrote: > > > > Aloha, > > > > Does anyone know how to flush the inks from a 9000. There is a great > > procedure for the 3000 so that if you put archival or other inks in it > > you won't be mixing them. Doesn't work on the 9000. I am told that the > > lines and heads in a 9000 hold something like half of a cartridge. > > > > This is only a theoretical question because if I actually did put > > "other" inks in a 9000 it would invalidate the warranty and that would > > be bad. > > > > Thanks, > > > > Nick Galante > > kauaiphoto.com > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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