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xnxx zoo Canon PIXMA G6020 Wireless MegaTank All-in-One Printer to grandma
xnxx zoo Canon PIXMA G6020 Wireless MegaTank All-in-One Printer to grandma
xnxx zoo Canon PIXMA G6020 Wireless MegaTank All-in-One Printer to grandma
xnxx zoo Canon PIXMA G6020 Wireless MegaTank All-in-One Printer to grandma
xnxx zoo Canon PIXMA G6020 Wireless MegaTank All-in-One Printer to grandma
xnxx zoo Canon PIXMA G6020 Wireless MegaTank All-in-One Printer to grandma

xnxx zoo Canon PIXMA G6020 Wireless MegaTank All-in-One Printer to grandma

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      For numbers listed in xnxx zoo product xnxx zoo description xnxx zoo see specification xnxx zoo sheet in technical specification xnxx zoo section belowFirst xnxx zoo and foremost, Wi-Fi issues. My computer is connected to my router by ethernet cable, xnxx zoo so using xnxx zoo Wi-Fi to connect the printer was not an option as xnxx zoo I wasn't going to dig up a cord and connect it directly. So the answer xnxx zoo was to tell the printer *not* to connect xnxx zoo during set-up and then have the printer manually search xnxx zoo for available Wi-Fi networks and then enter in the password. A xnxx zoo quick xnxx zoo Google search will reveal the Canon xnxx zoo support xnxx zoo links to do this, it was quite easy even if using xnxx zoo the little LCD screen made xnxx zoo it a bit of a pain (hint: for upper-case xnxx zoo and xnxx zoo numbers you have to hit the xnxx zoo "Tone" button to change from xnxx zoo lower-case xnxx zoo letters).Once xnxx zoo I manually xnxx zoo connected xnxx zoo the xnxx zoo printer xnxx zoo to my Wi-Fi, the set up software (also on Canon's support site, xnxx zoo I chose not to use xnxx zoo the included disc) easily found xnxx zoo the xnxx zoo printer xnxx zoo and every other device (2 laptops and multiple iOS devices) did as well.Second, xnxx zoo the LCD screen. Yep, it's as lame as xnxx zoo people xnxx zoo say. Tiny, and not back-lit. I had to use xnxx zoo a flashlight even in the daylight xnxx zoo to adequately xnxx zoo read xnxx zoo and use it. Fortunately, I xnxx zoo will probably xnxx zoo never have xnxx zoo to use xnxx zoo it xnxx zoo again xnxx zoo after getting the Wi-Fi set up (or at least use xnxx zoo it very infrequently) so I really xnxx zoo don't xnxx zoo care given the printer's almost entirely positive attributes xnxx zoo on everything else.I chose the 7020 xnxx zoo over the rest for xnxx zoo the ADF (hey, once you need it xnxx zoo you'll xnxx zoo miss xnxx zoo not having it lol) and ability to fax xnxx zoo on the xnxx zoo ever-so-occasional xnxx zoo times that might be needed. xnxx zoo Hey, why xnxx zoo not spend a xnxx zoo little bit more and cover all the bases, right I plan on having this xnxx zoo a long time, I won't care in xnxx zoo 3 years if xnxx zoo I spent a little more for xnxx zoo the xnxx zoo 7020 over the other models.Speaking of the little LCD xnxx zoo screen, yeah... one other xnxx zoo time xnxx zoo you need to xnxx zoo use it. Go to ECO xnxx zoo settings and xnxx zoo make sure to set "Turn on printer automatically" xnxx zoo to ON. It's set to OFF, for some xnxx zoo dopey reason, xnxx zoo so once the xnxx zoo printer goes xnxx zoo to sleep (also adjustable in ECO settings) sending something to print results in an error until you manually turn xnxx zoo it on. Why they xnxx zoo don't have "Turn on printer automatically" defaulted to ON I don't xnxx zoo know... xnxx zoo but xnxx zoo once I did that, it's worked like a charm.Filling the xnxx zoo ink tanks was beyond easy, xnxx zoo though I had to xnxx zoo shake the bottles a little bit to eek out every xnxx zoo last bit until the windows were xnxx zoo completely full. After a few days of miscellaneous printing, I noticed xnxx zoo the xnxx zoo colored xnxx zoo ones seemed xnxx zoo to have xnxx zoo drained almost halfway down xnxx zoo between xnxx zoo the top and 2nd line (still like 90% xnxx zoo full looking)... xnxx zoo and xnxx zoo the black about xnxx zoo a third of the xnxx zoo way.I xnxx zoo was like "how did I xnxx zoo use this much ink already, aren't these supposed xnxx zoo to xnxx zoo last xnxx zoo for thousands of pages" and so I did some research. Upon first using the xnxx zoo printer, ink drains into the print heads and xnxx zoo so xnxx zoo it xnxx zoo appears you've used a xnxx zoo lot of xnxx zoo ink, but apparently xnxx zoo that's not the case. It's just now inside the printer. So when you see this, don't panic like I did. lolNo, this probably xnxx zoo wouldn't be the ideal printer xnxx zoo for a busy xnxx zoo office where huge amounts of xnxx zoo printing xnxx zoo are done and speed is of the essence, but it's xnxx zoo plenty fast enough xnxx zoo for the typical home user / home xnxx zoo office environment I xnxx zoo would guess. I certainly have xnxx zoo no complaints, and I'm not the patient xnxx zoo sort. But xnxx zoo yeah, if I xnxx zoo regularly printed 500 page documents I'd probably look at a more expensive business model printer.I stubbornly stuck xnxx zoo with HP for years, xnxx zoo but always seemed to have problems with them and grew increasingly more frustrated with how dang expensive the ink cartridges got xnxx zoo over time, and how fast they seemed xnxx zoo to get empty. Unless something drastically changes xnxx zoo with this Canon 7020, I'm super happy xnxx zoo to say goodbye to HP printers forever and even the xnxx zoo ridiculously useless LCD xnxx zoo screen can't dampen my xnxx zoo enthusiasm to have xnxx zoo made the switch.Tired of replacing ink cartridges. xnxx zoo With Canon MegaTank Ink Bottles get xnxx zoo over 30 xnxx zoo times the amount of xnxx zoo ink compared to equivalent standard xnxx zoo black xnxx zoo and color ink cartridge sets. (2)Requires an active IFTTT account, xnxx zoo the printer xnxx zoo to xnxx zoo be actively connected with permission to xnxx zoo the Canon Inkjet Cloud Printing Center, and an IFTTT 'applet' installed/enabled and xnxx zoo required xnxx zoo active account/service linked to the printer.With xnxx zoo an impressive high page yield, xnxx zoo print up to xnxx zoo 6,000 xnxx zoo Black text pages or 7,700 Color pages per each full ink bottle xnxx zoo set.(2)The PIXMA xnxx zoo G6020 MegaTank xnxx zoo All-In-One xnxx zoo Printer uses both xnxx zoo pigment-based and dye-based xnxx zoo ink. The pigment-based black ink formulation allows for long lasting and sharp black text. The dye-based ink formulation allows for vibrant and colorful xnxx zoo images.The PIXMA G6020 xnxx zoo MegaTank All-In-One Printer gives you an exceptional xnxx zoo value with xnxx zoo an ink savings of 1,175 dollars from the full set of ink xnxx zoo bottles included in the box plus you xnxx zoo get two additional xnxx zoo bonus black bottles for even xnxx zoo more savings. xnxx zoo (1)UPDATED Jan. 2022:I've now xnxx zoo had this Canon xnxx zoo Pixma xnxx zoo 4210 xnxx zoo printer for over 18 months. xnxx zoo It has worked well xnxx zoo overall xnxx zoo for my xnxx zoo purposes. It does a xnxx zoo nice job of printing color photos on xnxx zoo glossy photo paper, and xnxx zoo does it so inexpensively when compared to xnxx zoo ink-jet xnxx zoo printers and their relatively expensive cartridges. I also use the xnxx zoo Pixma xnxx zoo 4210 when xnxx zoo I print xnxx zoo or copy stuff xnxx zoo with lots of xnxx zoo color graphics. xnxx zoo While it xnxx zoo does NOT print on both xnxx zoo sides (no xnxx zoo auto-duplex), and the LCD panel is hard xnxx zoo to read without good light (we use xnxx zoo a xnxx zoo small flashlight kept next to the printer), xnxx zoo I xnxx zoo have xnxx zoo yet to replace ANY of xnxx zoo the inks xnxx zoo (tanks are still over xnxx zoo half full after 18 months).If I need fast color laser xnxx zoo printing with auto-duplex, xnxx zoo I xnxx zoo print to my HP Color LaserJet xnxx zoo Pro M252. But it costs over xnxx zoo $400 each time I need to replace the 4 xnxx zoo cartridges xnxx zoo (with HP brand), and I've done that several times in the xnxx zoo past 5 years! The HP xnxx zoo is xnxx zoo NOT a bargain--costing me about $1,300 more so far for xnxx zoo a $200 printer, way less than xnxx zoo the Canon which cost me about xnxx zoo $300 new and still using the original ink in the 4 megatanks. xnxx zoo Not only is the HP xnxx zoo a lot more xnxx zoo expensive to use, the PHOTO quality on the xnxx zoo M252 xnxx zoo is poor and xnxx zoo unacceptable. Yes, the Canon uses more paper (because it xnxx zoo prints only xnxx zoo on one side), but paper is way cheaper than HP xnxx zoo laser cartridges.As xnxx zoo for reliability, the Canon needs a little more attention occasionally. The xnxx zoo biggest issue I've xnxx zoo found is that if it xnxx zoo has not been used in a while (several weeks xnxx zoo or xnxx zoo more), the inkjet nozzles can dry out and clog, and eventually one of the colors stops working. However, using the Canon xnxx zoo firmware that does printhead cleaning has xnxx zoo solved the xnxx zoo problem each time (though sometimes it xnxx zoo takes several iterations). I've also had that same problem with ink-jet cartridge xnxx zoo printers xnxx zoo in the past, where the only solution was to replace xnxx zoo the xnxx zoo expensive cartridges or even buy new printheads (even more expensive). xnxx zoo The xnxx zoo HP Color LaserJet M252 has been super reliable, but xnxx zoo very expensive xnxx zoo to use xnxx zoo for that convenience and speed. I'm considering replacement of the HP with a fast, black-and-white laser printer with duplexing, even though it has grayscale xnxx zoo graphics.--------------------------------------------------------------------------ORIGINAL REVIEW:I have a 10+ year xnxx zoo old HP AiO printer that is xnxx zoo no longer supported, xnxx zoo and it is increasingly difficult and xnxx zoo more expensive to get cartridge replacements. xnxx zoo I also have a xnxx zoo very good laser printer that is fast and prints on both sides of the paper, which I use for professional xnxx zoo writing and proofing. However, the laser color xnxx zoo photo quality is xnxx zoo not satisfactory for making xnxx zoo good quality prints on xnxx zoo glossy photo paper.I was attracted to the Canon Pixma G4210 xnxx zoo because of the Consumer xnxx zoo Reports review, and bought it for xnxx zoo the better photo xnxx zoo quality when xnxx zoo compared with most xnxx zoo of the other xnxx zoo inkjets reviewed, and especially xnxx zoo for economy of use xnxx zoo for refilling xnxx zoo ink tanks. xnxx zoo The xnxx zoo real cost of inkjets is, of course, the long-term expense of xnxx zoo replacing xnxx zoo ink cartridges; and replacing the plastic xnxx zoo cartridge housings every time is wasteful. I knew that xnxx zoo the xnxx zoo 4210 would print on one side only, and the LCD display was hard to xnxx zoo read in xnxx zoo poor xnxx zoo lighting, but this printer is for light xnxx zoo use and occasional photo printing xnxx zoo where quality xnxx zoo matters, xnxx zoo and also for copying and xnxx zoo scanning. That it does not do auto duplex was a trade off for better photo quality and low xnxx zoo maintenance xnxx zoo costs.I almost cancelled xnxx zoo my order after reading many of the Amazon negative reviews, but I am giving the G4210 a xnxx zoo try based on the Consumer Reports review. xnxx zoo I have xnxx zoo a variety of devices xnxx zoo in the wi-fi network that I print from, including MacOS, xnxx zoo Windows 10, Linux, iOS, and iPadOS.For me, the setup xnxx zoo went xnxx zoo very xnxx zoo smoothly. I followed xnxx zoo the xnxx zoo job-aid, and it worked as it should right out of the box. I did xnxx zoo not xnxx zoo have any wi-fi issues, as some reviewers xnxx zoo report. xnxx zoo The only xnxx zoo thing unexpected with the default settings was that xnxx zoo the printer turned itself off xnxx zoo after a xnxx zoo few hours of non-use, xnxx zoo and was no longer connected to my wi-fi xnxx zoo network. I used the web interface xnxx zoo to the printer, xnxx zoo with the serial xnxx zoo number for xnxx zoo the admin password, which I xnxx zoo changed to something different. Then xnxx zoo I changed the energy settings xnxx zoo so that auto power off was disabled, and auto xnxx zoo power on enabled. You must xnxx zoo click the OK button xnxx zoo to save xnxx zoo the changed settings.I xnxx zoo would agree with Consumer Reports that xnxx zoo photo print quality is very good on glossy photo paper, xnxx zoo and sharpness of text xnxx zoo printed is also xnxx zoo excellent. Speed is xnxx zoo so-so, but that xnxx zoo was less important to me than quality and inexpensive ink replacement. To deal with the LCD display issue I've put a cheap LED xnxx zoo flashlight xnxx zoo next to the printer, since the area lighting is xnxx zoo poor where xnxx zoo the printer sits.I have had decades of experience with many different kinds xnxx zoo of printers. With any xnxx zoo mechanical device, it xnxx zoo needs xnxx zoo to xnxx zoo be treated properly and xnxx zoo maintained. Otherwise, trouble will eventually occur, whether it is cars, lawn mowers, xnxx zoo dishwashers xnxx zoo or printers.Only time will tell if xnxx zoo the Pixma G4210 is a good xnxx zoo value, and I'm willing to xnxx zoo see how it goes in xnxx zoo the xnxx zoo long xnxx zoo run. If this one lasts 10+ years xnxx zoo as has my xnxx zoo HP8500, then xnxx zoo it will be an even better investment. This is my first xnxx zoo foray with a Canon, but xnxx zoo they have xnxx zoo been around xnxx zoo for xnxx zoo many years and have a good reputation xnxx zoo for xnxx zoo quality for their better xnxx zoo products. xnxx zoo The G4210 was xnxx zoo designed for economy overall. Lack of auto duplex and poor LCD xnxx zoo are a good trade-off in my view. Most of xnxx zoo the time, I xnxx zoo do xnxx zoo print jobs from apps xnxx zoo on xnxx zoo my devices and xnxx zoo just go xnxx zoo pick up the output, xnxx zoo seldom using the buttons and display on the printer. xnxx zoo If I xnxx zoo want fast auto-duplex for text xnxx zoo and fair quality graphics, xnxx zoo I use xnxx zoo a laser printer xnxx zoo for economy.The PIXMA G6020 MegaTank All-In-One xnxx zoo can not only print a xnxx zoo lot, it can xnxx zoo also do it all; Print, copy, xnxx zoo scan, xnxx zoo and connect to your smartphone, tablet and computer with xnxx zoo ease. xnxx zoo Even xnxx zoo beautiful borderless photos xnxx zoo all the way from 3.5 x xnxx zoo 3.5 square all the way to 8.5 x 11 xnxx zoo letter size.
      Canon PIXMA G6020 Wireless MegaTank All-in-One PrinterThe PIXMA G6020 MegaTank xnxx zoo All-In-One Printer gives you an xnxx zoo exceptional xnxx zoo value with xnxx zoo an ink savings of 1,175 dollars from xnxx zoo the xnxx zoo full set of ink bottles xnxx zoo included in the box plus you get two additional bonus black bottles xnxx zoo for even more savings. (1)Tired of replacing xnxx zoo ink cartridges. With Canon MegaTank xnxx zoo Ink Bottles get over 30 times xnxx zoo the amount of ink compared xnxx zoo to equivalent standard black and xnxx zoo color ink cartridge sets. (2)The PIXMA G6020 MegaTank All-In-One can not only print a lot, it can also do xnxx zoo it all; Print, copy, xnxx zoo scan, and xnxx zoo connect xnxx zoo to your smartphone, tablet and computer xnxx zoo with ease. Even beautiful borderless photos all the way from 3.5 xnxx zoo x 3.5 xnxx zoo square all the xnxx zoo way to 8.5 x xnxx zoo 11 letter xnxx zoo size.With an xnxx zoo impressive xnxx zoo high xnxx zoo page xnxx zoo yield, print up to xnxx zoo 6,000 Black text xnxx zoo pages xnxx zoo or xnxx zoo 7,700 Color pages xnxx zoo per xnxx zoo each full ink xnxx zoo bottle set.(2)The PIXMA G6020 xnxx zoo MegaTank All-In-One Printer uses both pigment-based and dye-based ink. The pigment-based black ink formulation allows for long lasting and sharp black xnxx zoo text. The dye-based ink formulation allows for vibrant xnxx zoo and colorful xnxx zoo images.For numbers xnxx zoo listed in product description see specification sheet in technical specification section belowRequires an active IFTTT account, the printer to be actively connected with permission to the Canon Inkjet xnxx zoo Cloud Printing xnxx zoo Center, and an IFTTT xnxx zoo 'applet' installed/enabled and xnxx zoo required active xnxx zoo account/service xnxx zoo linked to the printer.

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      1: First and foremost, Wi-Fi issues. My computer is connected to my router by ethernet cable, so using Wi-Fi to connect the printer was not an option as I wasn't going to dig up a cord and connect it directly. So the answer was to tell the printer *not* to connect during set-up and then have the printer manually search for available Wi-Fi networks and then enter in the password. A quick Google search will reveal the Canon support links to do this, it was quite easy even if using the little LCD screen made it a bit of a pain (hint: for upper-case and numbers you have to hit the "Tone" button to change from lower-case letters).Once I manually connected the printer to my Wi-Fi, the set up software (also on Canon's support site, I chose not to use the included disc) easily found the printer and every other device (2 laptops and multiple iOS devices) did as well.Second, the LCD screen. Yep, it's as lame as people say. Tiny, and not back-lit. I had to use a flashlight even in the daylight to adequately read and use it. Fortunately, I will probably never have to use it again after getting the Wi-Fi set up (or at least use it very infrequently) so I really don't care given the printer's almost entirely positive attributes on everything else.I chose the 7020 over the rest for the ADF (hey, once you need it you'll miss not having it lol) and ability to fax on the ever-so-occasional times that might be needed. Hey, why not spend a little bit more and cover all the bases, right I plan on having this a long time, I won't care in 3 years if I spent a little more for the 7020 over the other models.Speaking of the little LCD screen, yeah... one other time you need to use it. Go to ECO settings and make sure to set "Turn on printer automatically" to ON. It's set to OFF, for some dopey reason, so once the printer goes to sleep (also adjustable in ECO settings) sending something to print results in an error until you manually turn it on. Why they don't have "Turn on printer automatically" defaulted to ON I don't know... but once I did that, it's worked like a charm.Filling the ink tanks was beyond easy, though I had to shake the bottles a little bit to eek out every last bit until the windows were completely full. After a few days of miscellaneous printing, I noticed the colored ones seemed to have drained almost halfway down between the top and 2nd line (still like 90% full looking)... and the black about a third of the way.I was like "how did I use this much ink already, aren't these supposed to last for thousands of pages" and so I did some research. Upon first using the printer, ink drains into the print heads and so it appears you've used a lot of ink, but apparently that's not the case. It's just now inside the printer. So when you see this, don't panic like I did. lolNo, this probably wouldn't be the ideal printer for a busy office where huge amounts of printing are done and speed is of the essence, but it's plenty fast enough for the typical home user / home office environment I would guess. I certainly have no complaints, and I'm not the patient sort. But yeah, if I regularly printed 500 page documents I'd probably look at a more expensive business model printer.I stubbornly stuck with HP for years, but always seemed to have problems with them and grew increasingly more frustrated with how dang expensive the ink cartridges got over time, and how fast they seemed to get empty. Unless something drastically changes with this Canon 7020, I'm super happy to say goodbye to HP printers forever and even the ridiculously useless LCD screen can't dampen my enthusiasm to have made the switch.
      2: UPDATED Jan. 2022:I've now had this Canon Pixma 4210 printer for over 18 months. It has worked well overall for my purposes. It does a nice job of printing color photos on glossy photo paper, and does it so inexpensively when compared to ink-jet printers and their relatively expensive cartridges. I also use the Pixma 4210 when I print or copy stuff with lots of color graphics. While it does NOT print on both sides (no auto-duplex), and the LCD panel is hard to read without good light (we use a small flashlight kept next to the printer), I have yet to replace ANY of the inks (tanks are still over half full after 18 months).If I need fast color laser printing with auto-duplex, I print to my HP Color LaserJet Pro M252. But it costs over $400 each time I need to replace the 4 cartridges (with HP brand), and I've done that several times in the past 5 years! The HP is NOT a bargain--costing me about $1,300 more so far for a $200 printer, way less than the Canon which cost me about $300 new and still using the original ink in the 4 megatanks. Not only is the HP a lot more expensive to use, the PHOTO quality on the M252 is poor and unacceptable. Yes, the Canon uses more paper (because it prints only on one side), but paper is way cheaper than HP laser cartridges.As for reliability, the Canon needs a little more attention occasionally. The biggest issue I've found is that if it has not been used in a while (several weeks or more), the inkjet nozzles can dry out and clog, and eventually one of the colors stops working. However, using the Canon firmware that does printhead cleaning has solved the problem each time (though sometimes it takes several iterations). I've also had that same problem with ink-jet cartridge printers in the past, where the only solution was to replace the expensive cartridges or even buy new printheads (even more expensive). The HP Color LaserJet M252 has been super reliable, but very expensive to use for that convenience and speed. I'm considering replacement of the HP with a fast, black-and-white laser printer with duplexing, even though it has grayscale graphics.--------------------------------------------------------------------------ORIGINAL REVIEW:I have a 10+ year old HP AiO printer that is no longer supported, and it is increasingly difficult and more expensive to get cartridge replacements. I also have a very good laser printer that is fast and prints on both sides of the paper, which I use for professional writing and proofing. However, the laser color photo quality is not satisfactory for making good quality prints on glossy photo paper.I was attracted to the Canon Pixma G4210 because of the Consumer Reports review, and bought it for the better photo quality when compared with most of the other inkjets reviewed, and especially for economy of use for refilling ink tanks. The real cost of inkjets is, of course, the long-term expense of replacing ink cartridges; and replacing the plastic cartridge housings every time is wasteful. I knew that the 4210 would print on one side only, and the LCD display was hard to read in poor lighting, but this printer is for light use and occasional photo printing where quality matters, and also for copying and scanning. That it does not do auto duplex was a trade off for better photo quality and low maintenance costs.I almost cancelled my order after reading many of the Amazon negative reviews, but I am giving the G4210 a try based on the Consumer Reports review. I have a variety of devices in the wi-fi network that I print from, including MacOS, Windows 10, Linux, iOS, and iPadOS.For me, the setup went very smoothly. I followed the job-aid, and it worked as it should right out of the box. I did not have any wi-fi issues, as some reviewers report. The only thing unexpected with the default settings was that the printer turned itself off after a few hours of non-use, and was no longer connected to my wi-fi network. I used the web interface to the printer, with the serial number for the admin password, which I changed to something different. Then I changed the energy settings so that auto power off was disabled, and auto power on enabled. You must click the OK button to save the changed settings.I would agree with Consumer Reports that photo print quality is very good on glossy photo paper, and sharpness of text printed is also excellent. Speed is so-so, but that was less important to me than quality and inexpensive ink replacement. To deal with the LCD display issue I've put a cheap LED flashlight next to the printer, since the area lighting is poor where the printer sits.I have had decades of experience with many different kinds of printers. With any mechanical device, it needs to be treated properly and maintained. Otherwise, trouble will eventually occur, whether it is cars, lawn mowers, dishwashers or printers.Only time will tell if the Pixma G4210 is a good value, and I'm willing to see how it goes in the long run. If this one lasts 10+ years as has my HP8500, then it will be an even better investment. This is my first foray with a Canon, but they have been around for many years and have a good reputation for quality for their better products. The G4210 was designed for economy overall. Lack of auto duplex and poor LCD are a good trade-off in my view. Most of the time, I do print jobs from apps on my devices and just go pick up the output, seldom using the buttons and display on the printer. If I want fast auto-duplex for text and fair quality graphics, I use a laser printer for economy.

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