Re: [solved] Re: "Chicken-egg" printer problem
On 10/19/2010 09:31 AM, Rodolfo Medina wrote:
However, I have now another problem: after cleaning the heads, the print
quality remains bad. They told me it may depend on the heads dried or maybe
broken. In any case, they told that the printer needs being taken to an
Any suggestion about that?
Yeah, forget about crappy inkjet printers and buy a laser one. Initial
cost is higher, but the actual cost per page is less, and they tend to
last for a much longer time, especially if they're not the cheapest
ones. But even the cheapest lasers are probably more durable than an
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Eduardo M KALINOWSKI