Question about Epson Stylus CX6600 All-In-One InkJet Printer
What does the nozzle check pattern show? Missing lines no doubt. Using compatible inks? I bet you are.
Run the head cleaning routine four or five times then the nozzle check pattern again. If there is improvement keep cleaning it till it is right. If no improvement, check my previous posts about intensive head cleaning.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dell A940 Color Ink Problem
Do check the option and make sure that you have not inadvertently set it to black only- This could be computer wise or on the A940 panel. If you are sure all is well here Remove the scanner software and reinstall. Email Dell to See what they have to say
Posted on May 09, 2007
SOURCE: Cannot print in black only
It is not wise to leave the cartridges empty, causes permanent print-head damage on the empty color area. However, if you want to use the other color, say "black", bypassing the cartridge check is simply resetting the counter of the printer... download the utility file "sscserve.exe" you can search it on the internet. Install it then choose your printer on its list box, then by right-clicking on the printer icon of the utility at the bottom right of your window... you should be able to see what you need. Happy printing!!!
Posted on Oct 28, 2007
Hello, I am having the same problem and have done extensive research to find out that with this exact problem you have mentioned, you must clean the printer head, nozzles, and waste ink tube. the process is a bit long and needs patience. You will have to take the print head assembly out of the sliding caddle and put it in a glass of rubbing alcohol to disolve the dryed ink within the printer head assembly. it is held in with a silver metal plate that runs across the assembly and screws to the sliding carriage. be carefull to remove the black clip on the right of the carriage to take it out. note to be careful to not pull the white info lines of the head. leave it in the glass overnight and also clean the tube that runs under the waste pad station and clean the clear waste tube as well. ....Good luck
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
Run head cleaning and deep head cleaning for few times. If it doesnt help, you can try to remove print head, and clean the nozzles with distiled water.
And after that also run few times head cleaning mode.
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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