Jan Minar wrote:
On Thu, Jan 01, 2004 at 09:43:46PM +0300, Haytham AL Samkari wrote:
Additional Information: The type of the printer is Ink-Jet....
What about the torches? However:
It's clear then your inkjet uses an dehumidified ink powder, which must
be properly watered to became a real ink. The way this is done is by
attaching a water supply gauge directly to the ink. The hole to plug
the gauge (or its cup) in is usualy marked with the sigh: <|>. Just
remove the cup using a screwdriver, and plug the gauge in.
You can somewhat automate this process by inserting the whole printer in
your washing mashine. Then, everything should be just fine.
My printer and I usually bathe together, solves the problem ;-)
- RE: Problem
- From: "Haytham AL Samkari" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Re: Problem
- From: Jan Minar <Jan.Minar@seznam.cz>