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Printing too dim to read or see...black and color ink is brand new.

I am 65 yrs old and not computer or printer literate, but I'm not stupid and I'm very frustrated. The black and color ink show low when I go into the printer screen, but they are brand new. Paper goes throuh the printer ok, but the lettering is so light, I cannot see or read it. No one can. The copy light automatically is on when I turn on the power. Is this the problem? Please help me!!!!! Or, better still, please give me a toll free telephone number to call to speak to a Real person!! Thank you in advance for your assistance. I I have exactly the same problem. The only addition I would make is that I am using an Epson CX7000F printer and Windows 2000XP.

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Hello. Hope this helps:

http://www.epson.com/cgi-bin/Store/support/supDetail.jsp?BV_UseBVCookie=yes&oid=76649&infoType=Contact

United States Phone Number:
(562)276-4382

Hours: Mon.- Fri. Printing too dim to read or see...black and color  - spacer.gif 6AM-6PM (PT)
Canada Phone Number:
(905)709-3839
Hours: Mon.- Fri. spacer.gif 6AM-6PM (PT)

Posted on Oct 01, 2008

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