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You’ve literally turned printer maintenance into an art form…! Brilliant :-)
Thanks Nigel. The truth is though that I’d prefer other subjects :)
Gorgeous. Hard not to hope that your printer will need resuscitation again soon. Meanwhile I’ll enjoy your other offerings. How is the patient doing?
Thanks for your concern Linda. The patient died this morning once the message appeared “Parts inside the printer have reached the end of their service life.” At this point, I was ready to kill it myself :)
Burial took place a few hours later at the local recycling center. You can send flowers to Epson.
Backstory: A friend gave me the printer (a Stylus Photo R1800) a few weeks ago because his wife hadn’t used it in years and he was never able to get it working properly again. I tried pretty much everything the web suggested to no avail: Four cartridges were clogged beyond help and every nozzle cleaning wasted huge amounts of ink.
In retrospect, it should have come with a DNR tag attached.
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What a story! But you did get a new map out of it, maybe you can explore that new territory.
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