Censor the Nasty Cursing

I just bought 100CHF of ink for my old Epson Stylus C84 printer, because it was out of colour ink and therefore refused to print in black and white.

Result: I’m getting zebra pages. Huge white stripes, evenly spaced. Yes, I cleaned the heads. Twice. No, I don’t think I can access them to clean them manually. Yes, it sucks.

Apart from that, ski camp went fine, and I’m swamped with work for these next few weeks.

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About Stephanie Booth

Blogging since 2000, and still at it. Sailing, skiing, judo-ing. Geek with social skills. Freelance consultant, speaker, trainer, thinker. Social media without the hype.
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2 Responses to Censor the Nasty Cursing

  1. Timtom says:

    Switch to laser. There’s an entry-level Samsung laser printer at Steg for 120 CHF.

    But maybe using a prehistoric printer is your definition of style, just as with your… car? 😉

    (aïe ouïe pas taper)

  2. tam tam says:

    si tu n’imprimes pas de photos sur papier spécial, j’appuie timtom. personnellement j’ai été déçu des résultats de la samsung face à la hp. j’avais fait un test à l’époque avec un même fichier pdf (différents contenus) chez un revendeur, la hp 2550 me sortait de meilleurs résultats (je crois que la 2600 est sortie maintenant). par contre un collègue me disait très justement que suivant le profile colorimétrique attaché au fichier, cela pouvait changer beaucoup.

    hope this help you…
    mmh pas gentil timtom pour la préhistoire 😉

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