I added a video on the webpage:http://members.upc.nl/reppel/E9900.html
I did change the matblack for a brand new one.
Shaked normally en did the tap thing: The problem is still there...
Take a look at http://members.upc.nl/reppel/E9900.html
I am not giving in, you know, we build dikes...
Read this reaction on this forum:http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/EpsonWi...t/message/93762
I have a good technician that does service on my printers and he gave it his
best trying to fix this issue. he had plenty opportunities too, he has already
replaced the head in my printer 4 times, though for different reasons. at this
point I am fairly certain that on site service can't do a single thing to
eliminate this problem.
Epson itself has not been helpful, it is hard to get them to care about it.
especially that this is the issue that is most visible on papers like museo
silver rag or h. baryta, something that they don't really have in their offer.
on their papers you can see it, but they refer to it as a very minor
imperfection and as said before they don't give a crap.
it is true that things in europe work a little bit differently. returning a
printer because of that would be a battle with little chance of success. they
could probably replace it for another one, but then again why bother? they all
have the same issue...
and it is a pity, because other than that it is a great printer and you would be
hard pressed to find anything that good in this price range. or at all.
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