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- Apr 19, 2007
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- Canon MB5120, Pencil
We're walking and chewing gum at the same time, grandpa. I was not the one who brought up the potential for Gello. A single sentence warning from Canon about not mixing other Canon inks - but not any old brand of inks - has created doomsday Gello scenarios.Whether the ChromaLife+ ink causes a reaction is not the issue here
My post was to distinguish between a known single ink color that causes Gello under the proper scenario in the real world versus speculation of potential Gello-causing effects in the same class of inks (ChromaLife+) or any other class of inks (including the Tank inks). I was laying the foundation that, historically speaking, Gello appears to be a single cartridge (CLI-42Y) affair. It is good to consider possibilities and to test but let's not get too far over our skis yet.
You could have chipped that in a little sooner and saved us all a little time and worry, boyo.there has never been any reports of pigment ink ever causing Yello Gello
Canon is living rent free in our minds and they don't even know it.