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Help! I have an Epson 1200 with CIS, am an advanced user in ICC workflow, Mac based. Used Generations Pigment Inks for a year, excellent results and no problems. Switched to Cone Piezography Color Pigment inkset because the free profiles looked attractive, and I needed to re-purchase inks and didn't want to pay for re-profiling to the Generations Enhanced. I purchased new CIS carts and tubes, filled properly with Cone Inks. It took a lot of cleaning cycles for a good test pattern, then I printed several pages of a home-made CMYK ramp purge pattern. Things went well, but clogs became more and more persistent. Now I seem hopelessly clogged, no matter how many times I try. I have tried Windex on the parking pad overnight, windex on paper towel under print heads for several hours, all to no avail. I have wasted a huge amount of the Cone pigs with only a few final prints to show for it. I'm annoyed at them, and myself for falling for the hype. Can anyone suggest how to un-clog the 1200? I want to switch back to Generations. Feel free to e-mail me off-list. email@example.com - 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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