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Epson do get money out of training, a 3000 need service after the warranty. To work with the 3000 you need a service manual and a software, to replace the print head and purge the ink. If the $200 in including the service manual and program, I will pay because the printer will last longer then the warranty period. Regards K.T.Chan Lipmanson wrote: > Baloney. That is a typical patronizing attitude found among many salespeople > selling "technical" items. If you can read, you can do it yourself. Better yet, > if you can follow a recipe you will find this no different. The setup for the > 3000 is no more complicated than any other printer. Don't know if you will be > installing the Epson RIP, but if you do not need RIP (and you don't if you are > printing directly from Photoshop or any similar program) would suggest not > installing it until you've hooked up the printer, installed the driver, and > checked it out. > > J. Lipmanson > > ACC0147@cs.com wrote: > > > I have ordered an Epson 3000 from an online source at a $200 savings. I have > > not yet received it. However today I was talking to a rep from one of the > > retail outlets and he said that I will probably not be able to set this up my > > self. > > - > 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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