I'm a heavy 8x10 print user. Just 2 months, my New R1900 stop working. Solved " service required " problem once, this time just can't fix it. Is it true that Epson R1900 can only last about 2 thousands 8x10 prints ?
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It;s general error or fatal error. Find the Adjusment Program for R1900, then Click Printer Information Check. You will find the latest fatal Error code. You can figure the actual error of your printer.
If you have white horizontal lines in your prints then most likely you have some blocked print head nozzles. Inkjet printers need to be used frequently to prevent blocked print head nozzles. You may have blocked print head nozzles. Try the printer maintenance to clear the printer nozzles. After several deep cleaning attempts and there is no improvements in the print then a new print head is required. A new print head maybe expensive and it maybe more cost effective to purchase a new printer.
using your printer once a week makes your printer clog even if you use original cartridges
i prefer using it once a day, if you dont have anything to print, just turn on your printer and it will automatically head cleaned its head
If your print spooler service is not running, then follow the below steps to get it working :
Step 1 : * Start > run > services.msc > ok * Select the service name called print spooler from the list. * Check the status on the print spooler service, if it is stopped, then right click and select start or restart. * Then the spooler service will start working....
Step 2 : ( NOTE :USE THIS STEP ONLY WHEN YOUR STEP 1 DOESN'T WORK ) In this case, we assume that the print spooler service is gone bad and we would have to recreate the spooler service.
* Start > run > cmd > ok * Type: sc delete spoolsv (this will delete the corrupted spooler for us to create a new print spooler) * Reboot the system and after rebooting the computer back.
* Start > run > cmd > ok
* Type: sc create spoolsv (this will create a new print spooler service) * Reboot the system and this time the print spooler service is a new and fresh spooler and it should work normal and perfectly.
My color has not worked well in the past few months. Now I get the message Unable to Print, Use Troubleshooting and rountine maintenance chapter in user's manual. I've tried everything it told me. I've removed all ink cartridges and left them upright (they are ALL brand new) and cleaned all the ink ports. I've cleaned the machine several times. It's told me there's no ink cartrige, I've replaced them, turned the machine off and on, unlplugged, etc. Then go to print and I get the same message again and it won't print. The machine is almost 2 years old and has worked fine until about 6 months ago when the magenta stopped working all together. Now this. Any help? Thanks.