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I see so many people with clogging
problems with Epson - yet so many
continue to use them in spite of this. Since this forum has the Epson
experts - Why? What features do you think Epson has which out weights
the competition, and it's problems?
Epson has the best archival inks in the industry and they also do a great job marketing their products, however they probably also suffer from PLUGGING PRINT HEADS more so than most other.
I wrote an article that deals with that and how to unplug print heads. You can find it on this webpage.
It sounds like the R300 is toast. Do yourself a favor and get a Canon this time. I used to be a die hard Epson guy so much so that I made it my living to unplug print heads which eventually led to the development of our product Print Head Clog Buster.
About 90% of all Clog Buster is sold to unplug Epson printers. We now also work with Canon printers and have found them to be a far less troublesome printer. If you do have an issue with the Canon then print head removal takes about 5 seconds and you can do it in your sleep. They are also much easier to clean and will clean up every time and work like new again. You will find the Canon's speed, silence when it runs, immediate response when you hit the print button, photo image quality will far outperform the Epson R300. The only printers we use in our office now are Canon Pixma 3000, 4000 and 5000 and we have 4 that run all day. I have never yet had to run a cleaning cycle on any of them and I run a Bulk ink system on the one that runs the most the rest I simply use our refill fit and inks.
Should you decide to go with Canon, stay away from the newest generation Pixma 4200, 6200 because they use a micro chips on the cartridge and to my knowledge no one has a resetter for those nor ARC chips.
What I mean by "the cart won't take" is
that the epson
I had to replace the Light Cyan
cartridge today in my Epson 2200, and
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