We few: [svfig-open] Fwd: [Ed Foster's GripeLog] The Exhaustion
John A. Peters
japeters at pacbell.net
Thu Oct 9 13:42:30 PDT 2003
I have an older Compaq ij600 that uses Lexmark carts. It is the hardest one
to refill as it is choosy about air bubbles or etc.
I just spent $60 on an electronic scale that is accurate enough to tell when
a cart is getting low. I have quarts of ink for each of my machines. The
$60 is worth it. When they run dry they burn out the head, so now I can
tell how much ink is left and refill it in time before my office manager
uses it up.
My Cannon Fax/phone is the best (easiest) of them all. They have a clear
side panel so you can see how much ink is left. Easy to fill too.
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To: "this reminds me of an amusing story" <svfig-open at zork.net>
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Sent: Thursday, October 09, 2003 1:00 PM
Subject: We few: [svfig-open] Fwd: [Ed Foster's GripeLog] The Exhaustion
> On Thu, 9 Oct 2003, John A. Peters wrote:
> > From: "Kevin Appert" <forther at comcast.net>
> > Subject: [svfig-open] Fwd: [Ed Foster's GripeLog] The Exhaustion of
> > OurRights
> > Lexmark is the LAST company I'll ever buy a printer from!!! Anybody
> > 'chipping' their ink or toner cartridges isn't going to get a nickle
> > me.
> > I appreciate the heads up on the above
> > Thank you
> ?What... you've already bought a lex luthor mark... cheer up, you could
> live in Cal-e-FORnyuh...
> Pinched from "The Scotsman" 2002 September 25:
> ... "original" article:
> ... ha ha, *they've* bought a lex luthor. -g
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