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Loss of interest in photography.
Hello Cuffit,

I'm really sorry! Yes, I did indeed receive your PM. I apologise for not replying to you. I'm not normally like this.

I still have my part-time job, grandchildren and my wife to keep happy. They are all concerned, but I do try to keep in good spirits. On occasion I get what feel like mood swings, but I don't think it's that. Sunday morning I woke up feeling really great and generally happy. Yet, after lunch, my mood changed, to sort of feeling miserable. So I slept a couple hours. Later the feeling of heaviness on my mind didn't clear, although I enjoyed watching what was on TV. Sometimes I can't seem to get motivated to do chores around the house, almost like a feeling of helplessness. Rest assured, everyday is different. Normally I'm a very happy chappy. Of course hearing about would affect anybody.



Frank.

20 25/08/2015 - 9:16 PM
By cuffit
Loss of interest in photography.
Hello Friends,

I apologise for not replying sooner, but I've been a bit down this past week, but I'm over it now.

Last Sunday, my wife and I travelled to London to see a urologist, at Princess Grace Hospital. My aim was to ask her, if I am a suitable candidate for any treatments such as HIFU, Cryotherapy or NanoKnife.

We met the nice lady at 9am Monday morning and I handed her a thick file of Urology notes from my local hospital. She read through them making notes. It turns out that I'm not a suitable candidate for any focal treatment, simply because of my existing heart disease, plus it turns out that my prostate is about three quarters full of cancer. So there we are. Although Monday was a nice sunny day, my wife and I had a miserable trip home. I couldn't even be bothered to read a paper or magazine, so I tried to sleep instead.

The urologist sent me a letter back, which arrived on Friday. Her details were really pleasing, as my current medical team haven't been in contact. One urologist told me that I had an aggressive small cell cancer. According to the London doctor this is not so. It now seems I have a normal type cancer ( it's still cancer ).

So as I'm already on hormone therapy injections, I'm doing ok, and I wait for radiotherapy. So I have been advised correctly by my medical team - the only problem is, they're not good at communicating any information.



Frank.

20 25/08/2015 - 9:16 PM
By cuffit
Loss of interest in photography.
Hello Friends,

thank you for your continued replies. I'm not ignoring any of you, I've been busy doing other things, really encouraged by my wife and son.

I'm not going to wait for Mr.Fenn to return from holiday. My son told me in no uncertain terms - get on the phone to London! I've been given details for London Urology Associates, over 3 weeks ago. So I finally telephoned them and made an appointment for Monday morning. So tomorrow, it's on the train to London town.

The Urologist I need to see, is still on holiday, but I'm meeting with a couple of his colleagues, armed with all the Urology notes and MRI scans from our local hospital.

I shall get back to you with any news.


Frank.

20 25/08/2015 - 9:16 PM
By cuffit
Loss of interest in photography.
Friends, thank you all so much - I never expected such a quick response. Members of EP never fail in their friendliness and support.

I hear all of you, I really do. I've seen a private urologist already, and I'm in the process of making another appointment to see him. My problem is I'm too much of a nice guy, but I have it on good authority from a business friend, that I'm already speaking to 1 of the top men in South Wales. My son preaches to me every night, go phone someone else in London. That's all well and good, but I'm not ready for that just yet. Surely a few more weeks won't hurt?

In past couple weeks I've spoken to 3 local men who have prostate cancer, one was diagnosed 6 years ago. I said nothing to him, but he's looking damn good on it. He's advised me on some dietary changes. I actually love broccoli soup, with tomatoes, onion and garlic really wonderful. I read on one cancer website, of a gentleman who eats broccoli soup daily, probably for lunch. He swears that it has helped him to keep his cancer at bay.

Another man I spoke to, went to London to have a Cryotherapy operation to his prostate. I believe it involves keyhole surgery, where a needle is inserted into the prostate, it zaps argon gas onto the cancer cells, and this kills them apparently, they're thawed out and I suppose they get sucked out! He hasn't had the results of this operation yet, but he's confident that it will work. I shall be asking my consultant whether this would be suitable for me.

Thank you all once again!


Frank.

20 25/08/2015 - 9:16 PM
By cuffit
Loss of interest in photography.
Dear Friends,

I've waited over a month to pluck up the courage to post this message. My Topic Title isn't exactly accurate - the truth is I haven't picked up my camera much at all, during the past 18 months or so. Of course I do the odd family snapshots - I have 2 grandchildren. Plus, if I'd totally lost interest, I wouldn't be here now. During last 2 months, I've had some bad news regarding my health, but I'm doing ok, I'm trying to stay strong.

I was recently diagnosed with a rare form of aggressive small cell prostate cancer. I've seen a private consultant regarding this, but he's difficult to get hold of, he's already on a second holiday! I'm waiting to hear from his secretary to arrange a second meeting with him, just to get to the bottom of where I stand with this dreaded disease. At the first meeting he suggested radiotherapy and chemotherapy; then in a later email, something changes, so I no longer need chemo - what? How can such important information suddenly change in just 3 weeks? I've had letters copied for me by my GP, must it's mostly in medical lingo, which I don't understand.

Yesterday, a very nice nurse from Carmarthen, phoned me at work yesterday, and she's the only person who has managed to explain to me in Queen's English, that apparently, the cancer has not spread outside of the prostate, which is good. But because I also have heart disease, I would not be able to endure an operation to remove my prostate, as I could either die on the table, or suffer a heart attack - all cheerful news!Sad

Some of you would rightly say that picking up my camera, would be a great means to rekindle my hobby and take my mind off stuff - I fully agree. I've already begun hormone therapy, having had tablets for three weeks, and I had my first injection about 3 weeks ago. One side effect which is annoying, is that I feel cold. My hands are cold as I'm typing this, and even my arms are cold, and I'm fully dressed, I've been wearing a thin pullover all summer, well it feels more like autumn to me! Bottom line is I don't like cold weather of any kind - and yes I know there are thousands of people going around in tee-shirts and shorts, I'm afraid I'm not one of them.

Worry not, I'm generally in good spirits with a smile on my face. Life is still worth living. Who knows, Liverpool FC may improve on last season!!Grin



Frank.

20 25/08/2015 - 9:16 PM
By cuffit
Paintshop Pro X7
I have just taken a brief look at the links you've provided. They look very good! Of course, I should have thought about youtube myself!

Hopefully I can make sense of these tutorials, photo-editing is not my strong point. Patience methinks!


Frank.

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5 26/11/2014 - 3:35 PM
By ckristoff
Paintshop Pro X7
Friends,

thank you ever so much for your replies. I apologise for being late in acknowledging your help; I haven't been very well lately. Haven't touched my PC, since I last visited EPZ.


Frank.

5 26/11/2014 - 3:35 PM
By ckristoff
Paintshop Pro X7
Dear Friends,

do any of you own this software? Where can I can find some good tutorials on how to use it please?

Thank you, Frank.

5 26/11/2014 - 3:35 PM
By ckristoff
The Film Camera Debate
I've got a roll of film currently in my Eos 3, but I haven't finished using it yet!

Indeed, all my Canon 'L' lenses were bought, while I was using the Eos 3.


Frank.

22 30/06/2015 - 11:11 AM
By UNKOWN_BOB
Lost interest in photography? Not excited anymore?
Hello Lemmy,

thank you for your kind words.

I'm beginning once more to "see photos", as I drive around in my car. The big problem is my camera is at home. I hear what you said about your circumstances, but I don't think I would be happy with a compact portable camera - I don't mean to they're no good, it's just me being silly.

I've already wasted a wonderful summer, through being busy with work, but it's time I picked up the camera once more.


Frank.

30 02/10/2014 - 11:14 AM
By lemmy
Lost interest in photography? Not excited anymore?
Friends,

this year of 2014, I've barely picked up my camera - shameful, as my new grand-daughter is 6 months old!

Earlier this year, I went through a 1-2 month period of depression, something I've never experienced before. I think it was brought on by losing 2 elderly friends who passed away within a week of each other. Most of my hobbies just went out the window during that time.

However, I believe my passion may return shortly, as my wife and I went for a walk along the coastal path near Broad Haven. It's been a lovely evening. The sea was calm and in my opinion, the lighting was superb. My camera of course was at home. I probably wouldn't have got an amazing image anyway. Though I shall return to the location soon.

I love photography, but at this present time, not as much as most of my fellow members.


PS, I used to belong to a creative writing class, until about 3 years ago. I gave it up, because I feel my imagination has deserted me - not a nice feeling at all.


Frank.

30 02/10/2014 - 11:14 AM
By lemmy
Canon 7D mk II
Friends,

so 7D Mark 2 is with us. How many current 7D owners will upgrade? I most definitely will not. Due to health issues, I haven't really picked up my 7D this year. I haven't really used it - I reckon I've probably forgotten how to use it.

I haven't even upgraded the software for it, though I intend to one day. All I'm really interested in is landscape, some micro shots of flowers and family photos.


Frank. PS, it's definitely a lovely toy!

In Canon Cameras | Page: 1, 2, 3
58 17/11/2014 - 8:27 PM
By mikehit
Is it safe?
Friends, because I suffer with my back, and recently been diagnosed with heart disease, I wouldn't entertain such a thought! I also have a 7D and the 100-400mm zoom. I wouldn't trust myself to put my equipment at risk. What is a camera bag for? Grin



Frank.

In Accessories | Page: 1, 2, 3, 4
10 14/08/2014 - 9:06 PM
By justin c
canon ink or compatible
Friends, in my own very personal opinion, I would stick to the manufacturer's ink - why not? Shop around say Amazon or 7Dayshop, you can still save money.

While I was in business, I once tried compatible ink on a cheap HP office printer - what a mistake!



Frank.

13 12/08/2014 - 5:20 PM
By ckristoff
7d weird shutter count
My 7D shows strange image counter numbers. I just simply ignore this and move on! Grin


Frank.

6 20/07/2013 - 6:18 PM
By ckristoff
When was the last time you used your film camera?
Last week I put a roll of film into my Eos 3. The battery I bought years ago, still works!

I've got plenty of film in my drawer, no need for fridge in my opinion.

I also have some Ilford black & white film, HP4 I believe. When I get to use it, what company would develop it please? It's been a while since I used film.



Frank.

379 08/08/2015 - 11:35 PM
By pablophotographer
Bus stop Photoshop prank
Hello Pete,

thank you for sharing that, it has brightened up my day!

How can they do such work so fast?


Frank.

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16 18/06/2013 - 9:10 AM
By ckristoff
Do todays digital cameras have too many gimmicks?
Perhaps it is also down to how old you are, how you were brought up and how much of a technology geek you are.

I've got a 7D, but haven't got a clue about half of its functions. Not through laziness, I might add. Due to bouts of illnesses and operations in past 2 years and the amount of stress at work, my camera is still like new. I've only taken 8000 photos with it.

My simple answer is, yes. Cameras today are a little too fancy and full of gimmicks; are dslr's in the market to compete against iphones or tablets? Built in GPS - why? I have a separate gps device. I haven't used the video function on my camera yet, although I intend to one day.

I've still got my old Fed 4L camera, which I intend to get out one day!



Frank.

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31 02/09/2013 - 9:19 AM
By Evertonian
What camera 650d, 7d or wait till next year and the reported 70d?
Friends,

I have the 7D, and I think it's a beauty.

My 3 'L' zooms that I have, I purchased the same time I bought my EOS 3.

My question therefore is, are my 'L' lenses capable of lasting me for next 10 years or so? When does a camera like the 7D become obsolete? I don't intend replacing it for about a decade.

In any case, just because the financial bods, suggest the recession may be over, is that a good enough excuse to splash out on equipment?

Just my opinion, of course!Smile



Frank.

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15 10/11/2012 - 9:02 PM
By LesJD
When was the last time you used your film camera?
Friends,

I'm afraid I last used my EOS 3, many years ago, when I purchased a 450D. Currently using a 7D.

I must get out the Eos 3, as I have several films, probably out of date but perfectly usable.



Frank.

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379 08/08/2015 - 11:35 PM
By pablophotographer
Canon EOS 6D !
Hello Ade,

I'm with you, on this one.

If your 30D still performs and gives you the results you require, surely there is no need for change.

I believe my current 7D ought to last me for years. I don't understand all this need for change, or upgrades.



Frank.

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10 09/10/2012 - 12:45 AM
By bledzo
Canon EOS 6D !
Friends,

whether it's in the news section or not, I most certainly will not be buying one!

Is the 6D necessarily better than the 7D? Even after upgrading the 2 lots of firmware updates?

What's the big deal about full frame anyway?

My Skoda is no Ferrari, but it can still take me places!!Grin



Frank.

10 09/10/2012 - 12:45 AM
By bledzo
Hasselblad announces partnership with Sony in a bid to expand and develop its product portfolio
I believe that Hasselblad do not need to lower their standards, in the direction of a DSLR.

For Sony on the other hand, it could be a valuable partnership.


Frank.Smile

23 23/09/2012 - 8:35 AM
By Steppenwolf
Camera RAW
Hi Slowsong,

the way I find upgrades for DPP, is to simply find the latest Canon camera, I believe currently it's the 1DX and simply download DPP from there.


Frank.

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79 27/10/2012 - 1:39 PM
By Fencer
Camera RAW
Niknut,

thanks for your reply.

In my own scheme of things, I've never looked at ACR. Since I have the original edition of CS, there's no way it would cope with my 7D.

I've since bought paintshop pro X4, which I'm in the middle of experimenting with. I'm still trying to understand DPP. I'm starting to use the video tutorials for DPP. Just need to get my head engaged with the project in hand. I've also purchased an e-book for DPP, so I may yet get to grips with the wonderful world of photo processing!


Frank.

In Canon Cameras | Page: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
79 27/10/2012 - 1:39 PM
By Fencer
Change 7D for 1D mk. IV...arguements for and against
Hello Malc,

congratulations on your forthcoming birthday!

Do you mind me asking - don't you love your 7D anymore?


Frank.

In Digital cameras | Page: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
15 02/09/2012 - 10:15 AM
By saltireblue
Camera RAW
Hello Niknut,

why don't you like DPP? For starters it is designed for EOS cameras.



Frank.

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79 27/10/2012 - 1:39 PM
By Fencer
Paintshop Pro X4 query
snapbandit,

thank you for your help in this matter. I'll have to print off this thread, then it might sink in.


Cattyal,

once again thank you. I really DO want to understand how to enhance my images. My family believe I can sell my photos as is. I know that I can't - they need some polishing up, that is all I require.

Trial and error is what I'm usually afraid of, but I must knuckle down, with the wonderful help of my EPZ friends.


I've just uploaded my first photo for many, many months!


Frank.

In Computers | Page: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
7 14/08/2012 - 9:27 PM
By ckristoff
Paintshop Pro X4 query
Hello Cattyal,

thank you for your superb reply.

As far as software is concerned, and photo enhancing in particular, I'm really useless at this sort of stuff.

I aim to learn as much as I can - if my brain is in 'helpful' mode!Smile



Frank.

7 14/08/2012 - 9:27 PM
By ckristoff
Paintshop Pro X4 query
Rayme330,

thank you so much for your reply.

Is there anything EPZ can't do?Grin



Frank.

7 14/08/2012 - 9:27 PM
By ckristoff
Paintshop Pro X4 query
Hello Friends,

can you help me please?

How on earth do I resize an image in PSP, in order to allow me to upload a photo into my EPZ portfolio?

I can set the resolution at 72 pixels and set the image size to 600 or 700 wide, but I'm afraid I don't know how to figure out how to enable my image to be at the recommended
70k - 100k file size.

I know how to do all this in phtoshop CS, the first edition, but the software is so old it's developed a fault " cannot save for web ".

If PSP has a similar function, I'd be very grateful if someone could help an old geezer such as I. Smile



Many thanks, Frank.

7 14/08/2012 - 9:27 PM
By ckristoff
7D firmware
Hi Cole,

thanks for the news.

I'll get the update soon as I can.

I've always done firmware updates by connecting my 7D to the pc via USB. Same way I upload photos via EOS Utility. Couldn't get the hang of card readers, so don't use them.



Frank.

39 08/08/2012 - 1:21 PM
By cheddar-caveman
HP Deskjet 2050
The william,

thanks for that!

I've looked again at that set-up sheet. Lo and behold, inside the main flap, there is a lighter grey flap that needs to be in the upright position!

As soon as I lifted that up - the printer, she prints!!!!Grin

Sorry for the confusion - I'm here to entertain!Smile



Frank.

In Printing | Page: 1, 2, 3
5 18/07/2012 - 9:55 PM
By thewilliam
HP Deskjet 2050
Hi Ken,

er, doesn't the software do this automatically?


Frank.

5 18/07/2012 - 9:55 PM
By thewilliam
HP Deskjet 2050
Hello Friends,

I've just installed my new office printer, a HP Deskjet 2050.

My main problem, I can't for the life of me get it to print - not even a test print page!!

What can I do?



Frank.

5 18/07/2012 - 9:55 PM
By thewilliam
Canon 7D firmware update.
Friends,

does anyone really care? I was intrigued like everyone else, when the firmware was announced, but I'm not in the market for any new camera. To be honest, I haven't fully exploited my 7D yet, so I still have a lot to look forward to.

Before anyone slags me off, this past year or so, I've have minor operations to both eyes. So if you can't see, you can't even point and shoot! Would be interesting mind!Grin


Frank.

21 22/07/2012 - 3:48 PM
By staituk
Indoor Clouds
Er, lonely as a cloud...... anyone?Smile


Frank.

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5 25/05/2012 - 5:18 PM
By ckristoff
Selling your soul ????
Better still folks, send in one of your worst photos and blur it into oblivion - then they can do what they like!!Grin


Frank.

9 27/05/2012 - 11:51 PM
By pulsar69
Selling your soul ????
I would think the obvious conclusion would simply be don't enter competions! Grin


Frank.

9 27/05/2012 - 11:51 PM
By pulsar69
Complete madness but a bit of a laugh.
Hi ikett,

why cringe? If the camera ain't yours - who cares?Grin

Of course, I don't treat my 7D in such a fashion; it's good to know how tough it is!Smile Only an idiot would think of barbecuing a camera? Totally avant-garde, methinks! Ha ha! Grin



Frank.

4 16/05/2012 - 12:20 PM
By ckristoff
Full frame trend
To Straycat,

considering I'm aged 54, going on 55, I believe that I 'grew up' decades ago.

In my own experience, living and working within a family business, self-employed, left little or no time for any fun and games. At the time, photography was only 1 of several interests that I had. It's only in the last 7 or 8 years that I've attempted to take my photography a little more seriously. And software is simply a part of the computer age, that simply drives me up the wall. If I can't do it - I simply ignore it. If my photos turn out crap, then it's possible that my composition may be out ( although I doubt it ), or my exposure settings are wrong.

Just like an idiot abroad - I'm thick; simples!Smile I enjoy my membership on this forum; I've received lots of help and advice, for which I'm really grateful.

I may be wrong, but I get a strong impression that photographers, don't seem to freely share their techniques, as if it's a trade secret. On other forums, such as cars or guitars, I seem able to find a huge amount of help, without any bother. At least that's how I see it.

Anyways, Sunday lunch is calling!Wink


Frank.

66 03/05/2012 - 11:30 AM
By Carabosse
Full frame trend
Hello Carabosse,

my sentiments exactly! Usually when I post a controversial opinion, I tend to get slagged off.

Do I care? Why no, boyo - I'm from Wales!!! Once you cross that Severn Bridge, you can leave ALL that troubled water behind!!!Grin



Frank.Smile

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66 03/05/2012 - 11:30 AM
By Carabosse
Full frame trend
Excuse me friends, but what exactly is full frame trend ; and does it really matter?

My introduction to digital photography was the 450D, which I loved. In my opinion, it gave me prints as good as my Eos 3, which I still own.

Now that I have the 7D, a beautiful toy, that I readily admit, I haven't fully exploited, I don't feel I'm missing anything in my photography, because it ain't ' full frame '. Nor do I take part in the race for shots per second or whatever it is. I intend to own this camera for several years - because my wife says so ! Grin

In my photographic abilty, what is holding me back, is my age, as my brain slows down; and my lack of understanding post processing software.



Frank.

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66 03/05/2012 - 11:30 AM
By Carabosse
Canon 7D Error Code 01
Hello Friends,

have just spoken to a Canon Service Centre, who quoted a repair for my lens, of approximately 211. Not too bad - far cheaper than buying a new one methinks!Grin


Frank.

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7 27/04/2012 - 4:25 PM
By ckristoff
Canon 7D Error Code 01
Hello Friends,

thank you all so much, for your kind replies, I really appreciate it.

Mr. Robinson, your comment really calmed my fears.It's probably a coincidence, that the lens played up when it did.

After posting my question, I checked my other 3 zooms, and they all worked perfectly, which is marvellous! At least there's no problem with the camera. So I can at least carry on using my other lenses as normal.

Once again, thank you for your help in this matter. Once I get home, I shall contact a Canon repairer.


Frank.

7 27/04/2012 - 4:25 PM
By ckristoff
Canon 7D Error Code 01
Help Please!

While on the Isle of Wight, earlier this week, my 7d, sporting an 'L' zoom 24-105 lens, developed an error code 01, reading, coomunication between the camera and lens is faulty. Clean the lens contacts. I thought I tried to clean both contacts of lens and camera body, using a lens cloth, but it's made no difference. I can take photos at the widest setting, but as soon as I zoom, I can't take a photo, and the error message appears.

I visited a Jessops store on the Island, who tried again tried to clean the contacts with a lens cloth, but still the error appeared. They took off my lens and put on their own 50 mm lens, which worked well. I failed to ask them to try a zoom lens.

Now for the rest of the story. While staying at a hotel in Portsmouth, I idiotically failed to realise, that I had left all my photo gear in the boot of my car!
THis of course would cause condensation, I'm assuming.

My question is, have I caused dire faults with my gear?

I thank you in advance, for helping an old codger like me!



Frank.

7 27/04/2012 - 4:25 PM
By ckristoff
HP 940C
Hello Redsnappa,

thank you for your reply.

I think I have tried that, but perhaps I need to take a deeper look, as the function I used didn't use much ink or paper.


Frank.

2 28/03/2012 - 9:40 PM
By ckristoff
Paintshop Pro X4
Hello Vince,

thank you so much for your kind reply - I really do appreciate it.

You have to understand, that I'm simply 'not with it' when it comes to using software. It will take me some time to get used to things. I think PSPx4 is a really good programme; I just need to be a little more adventurous I suppose. But when I'm in idiot mode, I can always rely on the help of my EPZ friends!Smile


FRank.

2 28/03/2012 - 9:37 PM
By ckristoff
Paintshop Pro X4
Hello Friends,

I'm attempting to make use of my recent purchase. I've only managed a few image tweakings so far. When I attempt to print a photo, it all seems strange to me. I have a Canon i9950 printer. On CS, I'm able to access the full menu of my printer. In X4, I only seem to have a limited selection of options for the i9950. I find this odd.

On CS, I can access a printer profile for my A4 Fotospeed paper, with good results. The other day, while printing snapshots, I came across a printer profile produced by my Spyder 3 software, which again produces ecceptable results.

My question is, how do I arrange within X4, to access the same full menu range for the i9950, as I'm able to with CS? Do I have tell X4, what my printer is, or to manually enter any printer profiles I need; and how would I do this?


Second question - my 7D is set to Adobe RGB, but it seems X4 only seems to use sRGB, can it be changed for Adobe RGB? Or should I simply set my 7D to sRGB and be done with it? I ain't a pro, so it ain't too important.



Frank.

2 28/03/2012 - 9:37 PM
By ckristoff
HP 940C
Dear Friends,

my office printer the 940C has developed a fault - or it may be a faulty colour ink cartridge? At present, it prints out a lovely pink colour, as opposed to the normal black print. Any colour image is almost tinted pink.

I'm loathe to buy another colour cartridge for this printer, in case I'm left with the same problem! Is there any way someone could advise me on how to clean the printer head, as I was advised to do on my i9950 last year? I've gone through all the maintenance routines for this printer, with no difference at all.

As last resort, I could probably replace this printer with the 930C, that is connected to my spare computer.



Frank.

2 28/03/2012 - 9:40 PM
By ckristoff