Once again I am frustrated with this printer. Love the ink; hate the printing process.
I love the ink because for children's books, it is permanent against most everything. Those gooey pages can be lightly sponged clean. This is why I use it for these little books I make.
Since my black ink showed problematic signs, I installed a new black cartridge in the spot where the printer said that one was empty. Not sure why it was empty because it had very little use. Nevertheless, I want to get this working so that I might print a 'book' for my first cousin twice removed who turned one in September. I usually send it for the first birthday. Obviously I am tardy. Now, I am just plain frustrated. Christmas is coming, so I want to get this gift to this little boy before the holiday's become overwhelming.
Last time I printed it cost me ~ $100 for 12 finished pages + some leftover ink. Of course since I do not print very often, that ink dries up.
Just got a message that my filled blue cartridge is now empty. NO. It is not.
I would very much appreciate some solution suggestions. Also, since I rarely print, is there some way I can keep my ink from drying out? I'm thinking perhaps I should take them out of the printer and put them in a plastic bag.
Frustrated in Maine where it is 67 with a steady rain. Eerily warm for this time of year. Then I looked at the coast of Southern California = 100 degrees +/-. Scary weather.