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Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by Steve00J, Apr 8, 2018.

  1. Apr 8, 2018
    Steve00J

    Steve00J Newbie to Printing

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    I joined seeking advice and secrets to resuscitate my stubbornly blocked Epson R2880. Having tried every trick I knew, and after several weeks and much wasted ink, I had been unable to get my LLK nozzles clean.
    Using the comments and threads in the Epson forum, and following the many links, I discovered the one thing I had forgotten.
    Every tip and technique here is priceless, but I did not learn or discover any new tricks or techniques, but through reading of others with problems far greater than my one blocked colour, I rediscovered the determination to continue.
    Thanks to all for the motivation and inspiration to not give in.
    So after repeating methods that had already been tried, My 9 year old R2880 is once again producing excellent prints!

    Regards to all,

    Steve Jump
    Johannesburg, South Africa
     
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  2. Apr 8, 2018
    The Hat

    The Hat Printer VIP Moderator

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    @Steve00J, Thank you for your feedback, but it was mostly down to your own grit and determination that got your printer back working again... :thumbsup
     

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