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I was merrily printing some large prints on the 1200 today when the printer started printing a line of vertical dots down the middle of the print. They are in an exact straight line, right in the middle of the image, and in series of three dots, then a space of an inch and a half, then 3 more dots, etc. all the way down the length of the 19 inch print. In each series of 3, the top dot of ink is twice the size of the ones beneath it. The larger one about twice the size of a period, and the other two period sized. The dots are black. The heads are in alignment and the nozzles have been cleaned several times, and are perfect. THis looks like a dribbling of some sort, but is ruining every print now. Has anyone seen it, or have any idea of what to do? Thanks, Jerry - 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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