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Perhaps the older printer would work better as they had larger dot size In a message dated 9/11/01 1:50:24 AM Eastern Daylight Time, email@example.com writes: << Jeff, I had an intractable clog (yellow) in my 1200 from using CPiezo carts. I finally gave up and brought it into a service center. They took care of it and I got a clean nozzle check with OEM ink. Unfortunately, I then tried to load CPiezo again and never could get the yellow to run into the lines. I think I have killed the 1200, but it's sitting in a corner gathering dust at the moment and I'm not absolutely sure it's beyond redemption. I had a similar incident with a CIS/1280/ CPiezo combo, where I had a yellow clog; got it unclogged with OEM carts; tried the CIS again and had to end up replacing the printer. So, my suggestion is, whatever you do, after you get it unclogged, don't try CPiezo again. Unfortunately (the prints are spectacular when you can get them), IMO it's not ready for prime time (yet). Cathy http://www.catbrownphoto.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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