After replacing the pump and capping station, all the dampers (purchased through InkJet Mall) and the flush box, I fired up my printer for the first time after all of that and ran a couple of power cleans. Then I did a nozzle check and found that there was almost no ink deposited on the paper. By the way, while I was doing the work, I had the print head parked over paper towel with piezo flush so it wouldn’t dry out. After the power cleans, I looked in the printer and saw that the capping station was still clean, no ink had run through it. Am I correct to assume that during the power clean, ink is sucked through the head via the capping station and so there should be ink stains on the new cap? There was some on the flush box but not much. The next night, I ran one more power clean and watched the ink lines as it ran. On the left side (only side I can see coming from the carts) I noticed a few small bubbles in the line and they never moved for the entire cleaning cycle, so there was no ink movement. During the cleaning cycle, everything sounds normal to me and there are no error messages. I primed the carts before using them and they are filled with ConeColor ink. I didn’t “prime” the dampers if that is something that is supposed to be done. I can’t tell without taking things apart again if there is any ink in the dampers but I suppose that is one of the next steps. I’m not really sure what to do next, but like everybody else, I really need to get my printer working again. Any advice/help would be appreciated. Before I did this work, the printer worked well but I felt that it was important to do the maintenance since I didn’t know if had ever been done before. Thanks!