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I'm posting this with a new subject heading, but for background, you can check out the "Help: Initialize!" thread. A couple of us have had our 3000 printers go belly-up during the process of using cleaning cartridges and purging old inks/installing new inks. It seems possible that all that ink (and cleaning solution) being laid down on the ink pads may cause them to overfill, triggering a printer shutdown. And requiring a visit to Epson Repair in Indianapolis.... Does anybody know more about this? Has anyone else had this experience? Is there a way to guard against it in the future? (Does letting the pads dry out overnight help?) Any information might be very useful to the ink-changers on this list. TIA, --David Stock - 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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