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I currently am using an R-800 (LOVE IT!!!). It is being used for all my printing. This is the first Epson that I have used as my all-arround printer (used HP before this). I realize that when you turn on the Epson it goes through a cleaning/charging cycle (and uses up some ink). HP printers were smart enough to go into a "standby mode" and start up when you clicked PRINT. Apparently Epson's are not this bright. Do most Epson users leave the printers on all the time or turn them off? If you leave them on, do you occassionally ...

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    I currently am using an R-800 (LOVE IT!!!). It is being used for all my
    printing. This is the first Epson that I have used as my all-arround printer
    (used HP before this).
    I realize that when you turn on the Epson it goes through a
    cleaning/charging cycle (and uses up some ink). HP printers were smart
    enough to go into a "standby mode" and start up when you clicked PRINT.
    Apparently Epson's are not this bright.
    Do most Epson users leave the printers on all the time or turn them off? If
    you leave them on, do you occassionally turn them on and off to do the
    cleaning/charging cycle? Thanks


    Steven Wandy Guest

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    I have not turned mine off since I installed it.


    C J Campbell Guest

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    Steven Wandy wrote:
    > I currently am using an R-800 (LOVE IT!!!). It is being used for all my
    > printing. This is the first Epson that I have used as my all-arround printer
    > (used HP before this).
    > I realize that when you turn on the Epson it goes through a
    > cleaning/charging cycle (and uses up some ink). HP printers were smart
    > enough to go into a "standby mode" and start up when you clicked PRINT.
    > Apparently Epson's are not this bright.
    > Do most Epson users leave the printers on all the time or turn them off? If
    > you leave them on, do you occassionally turn them on and off to do the
    > cleaning/charging cycle? Thanks
    news:comp.periphs.printers is the place for your question.

    This newsgroup is .slr-systems and as you can read in the charter, it is not for
    specific discussion of printers.

    [url]http://www.aliasimages.com/rpdslrsyscharter.htm[/url]

    I leave my Epson 785 on 24/7.

    Cheers,
    Alan.

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    Alan Browne Guest

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