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Hey, thanks for the solution so far. I've cleaned the print head latch (with a bit of alcohol), so the contacts to detect the print head are clean again. Then I've reinstalled the drivers, but printing the testpage doesn't work yet. The Maintenance-tab now says: "The printer is out of paper or there is a misfeed. Press and release the RESUME key to restart job." (nothing about print latch anymore ;-) Pressed Resume-key and the tray is not blocked and filled with enough paper, the Resume-led always falls back to red. In my opinion, the wheels can't really catch the paper provided. It's strange cause the tray is lifted up as it should to allow the wheels to "take" the paper... Anything else I could try? Thanks for any help! Philippe

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SOURCE: Check printer head latch - no printing!

Hi, Just open the door where you can see the latch just clean it and reload the drivers on the pc zooooooooooom, your print starts priting and the drivers you can get at

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Sir, In Epson Printers if print head is struck and it don't move then it may be because of several reasons.Mostly problem of print head struck is because of Paper Jam, actually their may be small bit paper jam in side the printer head,There are some "micro-sensors" that detect a paper jam. There will be tiny piece of paper, or a lump of dust, inside those sensors, thus "tripping" the sensor and it struck the Print Head.Open printer cover and check to make sure no paper or foreign objects obstructing the printer feederIf you become sure that now really there is no paper, dust or foreign objects then
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