[QUOTE=hlockwood;2375]Dana & Neil:
Error Code Solved! Early results.
I gave up on the inconvenience of BootCamp and bought Parallels which I used to load Windows on my MacBookPro. When I loaded the 2Manuals software, I was able to do a nozzle check and head clean, but I wasn’t quite ready for an ink charge. To that end I removed back and end panels to install a waste-ink bottle, and then went back to the Adjustment Program to be certain all was well after reassembly. When I tried to do a nozzle check, a head clean or access the ink charge step, I got the dreaded error message Error Code: 20000010. Dead in the water. However, this morning I tried shutting down the printer and the MBP, then restarting. I then opened the Adjustment Program and tried (fingers crossed) a nozzle check - no error code: I opened the ink charge program - no error code!
After I top up the flush carts today, I’ll go ahead with the ink charge and report back here.
The ink charge was successful, as shown by a nozzle check; all channels show flush fluid pink, except that the yellow channel is yellowish pink. The total amount of flush fluid used was about 80 ml. I’ll perform a second ink charge to rid the yellow channel of yellow residue before going on to loading the K7 inks.
I think I’ll have to sell a couple of prints to cover the cost of all the ink that is going down the drain.