Just bought this . . .

From: Christian Fandt <cfandt_at_netsync.net>
Date: Thu Dec 10 21:06:55 1998

At 17:48 12/10/98 -0800, Zane H. Healy wrote:
>>Anybody have experience with using normal xerographic copy paper instead of
>>the HP-specified Thinkjet paper? If so, how are the results?
>If it's the printer I'm thinking of, it's the same one that is part of the
>"HP IPC" and is basically the same as the Kodak Diconix. You can get
>plain-paper ink cartridges, fairly inexpensivelly. The old ones for the
>Diconix were only good for about 100 sheets, not sure about the plain-paper
>ones. Warning, don't store the ink cartridge in the printer, you're asking
>for trouble.

Thanks everybody who answered this question. I'll look for a plain paper
cartridge from Office Max or such and try out the printer sometime.

The original cartridge shipped with the unit is still sealed in its
container. The "Use By:" date is Dec 1986. I don't think I'll waste my time
opening it since there's a possibility it is no good. I'll just keep it
unopened with the printer and packaging as part of its original shipment
and use new ones.

Regards, Chris
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