It has been some time since I last purchased from Inkjetmall, but I used to buy inkjet papers and custom profiles from you. Quite honestly, I forgot about Inkjetmall but stumbled across your Forums when doing research on the Epson 7900/9900 printers.
Having read through your Forum, I know you have heard this many times before. My two + year old Epson 7900 printer needs a new print head. *It cost me $300 in service and more than that amount in ink for the service tech to figure this out. *The cost of a new print head with labor is actually more than buying an entirely new 7900 with a full set of ink ($800 value). *I have tried all the procedures online to clean the clogged nozzle, including using Windex on a paper towel under the print head, and soaking the capping station pads in a cleaning solution. I have wasted hundreds of dollars in ink running cleaning cycles (including the SSCL cycle). Based on your experience with these printers, do you think there is any chance that if I buy Inkjetmall refillable cartridges and run your cleaning fluid through the print heads that the clog will clear? It is only the Light Light Black (LLK) nozzle that is clogged. I am so disgusted with Epson that if I do buy another 7900 or 9900 I am going to immediately load it with the ConeColor inks, based on your reports that customers using those inks rarely have clogging issues. But, I am seriously considering the purchase of a Canon iPF8400. I can find no online reports of nozzle clogging issues with the Canon large format printers. Thanks for your response. Mark Weidman
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