20 Most Recent Epson Stylus Pro 7000 InkJet Printer Questions & Answers


Normally your remedy is to replace the "Waste Ink Pad/Pads" with a new one/ones and then reset the "Internal Waste Ink Pad Counter". The waste ink pads are normally housed in a black plastic box. They are located in the bottom of the printer, towards the front, just under where the paper starts to exit. You would have to remove the "Top Cover Assembly" to be able to get to the screw or screws that hold that assembly in place. If you cannot figure out how to remove the waste ink pad holder assembly [plastic box], you may need a service manual, for the removal procedure.

Also Replace the following parts and reset the counters as described below:
- Waste Ink Pads
- F Box
- Pump Assembly
- Cap Assembly
- Cleaner, Head
- From Maintenance Mode 2 enter the Counter Init. Menu and initialize the Waste Ink counter and Cleaning counter.

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Epson Stylus Pro... | Answered on May 01, 2016

If your connections are correct, I would try to reinstall the software and visit the manufactures website to update the drivers.

Epson Stylus Pro... | Answered on Nov 09, 2013

You definitively do not use the printer often enough and you probably have a CLOGGED nozzle you have to un-clogge it by disasembling the print heads and dip the nozzles in hot water NEVER USE ALCHOOL as it wil damage the heads, you could try delicately presurise hot water with a suringe with no needle through the ink intake hole... remember to put some absorbing material underneath the print heads when DELICATELY injecting the HOT water

Good luck!

Epson Stylus Pro... | Answered on Feb 20, 2011

When is printers depletable supplies like ink, print paper almost runout is likely for caution messages to be displayed. In this situation, the printer requires new ink cartridge replacement. Refer from the printer compartments to ascertain the model brands of the old ink to make possible acquiring from retail the most compartible or replacement.

Epson Stylus Pro... | Answered on Feb 09, 2011

To clean the waste ink section the printer has to be dismantled.pleae check the link below fora visual display of the process.



The printer must be dismantled and the access to the waste pad is important.

Epson Stylus Pro... | Answered on Jan 22, 2011

You have to clean the "parking" area of the head carriage. There is a rubber "wiper blade" that often collects paper particles soaked with ink, and also a rectangular rubber "seal" where the heads rest when parked.
To get there, you must make the head carriage move out to the left (various ways; force paper cutting for example) and turn the printer off at that moment. Then open the lid, and aided with a flashlight, identify the areas I wrote about. Then reach there with a low-lint cloth / paper towel and wipe them clean, removing any residue. It's awkward, but doable :)
Then you can clean the underside of the carriage, turn the printer on, and it should be fine.

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Epson Stylus Pro... | Answered on Sep 08, 2010

Try a new USB cable and plugging into a different port. Make sure the cable is fully seated. If you have a USB hub, try a direct connection.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(I'm assuming the printer is on and has no blinking lights.)

Epson Stylus Pro... | Answered on May 17, 2010

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