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dDP411 Initial Ink Filling

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I bought a used dDP411 that was taken down and had its lines emptied by a Noritsu tech. I managed to set it up but there is no ink flowing. The print check comes out blank. Does anyone know how the initial ink filling is done? thanks.

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printer selection > Maintenance > Extension > Maintenance > Function Check > Ink Initial Filling.

If it is an older version of software there may not be the Maintenance step and will go from extension to function check.

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Thanks everyone. Initial ink filling done. success!. print check is good. Now to fine tune the printing. When i print 12x16 i have nice resolution on the print, but it seems very grainy when i print them as 4x6. Sorry if this seems so basic to you pro's. i'm a newbe to the printing side of photography. Any suggestions for getting the best prints out of this machine.  is there a series of adjustments that i could do through function check? Thanks again!

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That would be nice. Are there any settings for it to print at 4x6. When it prints a 4x6 it doesn't seem to adjust the dpi for a 4x6 and the color settings when printed are not the same as the original image. ? It sounds like it's ignoring the original image settings. Is there an overide or auto adjust? Any suggestions?

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