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Subject: Re: Printer advice
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On 2018-01-03 19:32:16 +0000, philo said:

> I am looking to replace my Epson P600
> 
> It's only three years old but clogs often and takes a lot of ink to clear.
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> My previous printer was an Epson and worked flawlessly for six years or more.
> 
> 
> At one time Epson was supposed to be a top of the line printer, but now 
> most of my friends who do this professionally say I really should look 
> into Canon.
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> It will be used for color and B&W printing, no larger than 13" X 19".
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> 
> Right now I am looking at the specs for both the   ip8720   and P400
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> any recommendations?
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> I do not need and "fancy" features such as roll printing, wireless or 
> network capabilities.
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> Quality of the print is what's important.
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> 
> Thanks
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> 
> NOTE: Perhaps just some pointers to how to troubleshoot my current 
> printer might be all that's needed


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