try to deep cleaning at you nozzle from printer software at printer properties..it should help..
if still the same problem...u printhead got problem...try to take out you print head..put in the hot water..becarefull dont wet the chip near the print head
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The print head nozzles may be clogged. From the Utility section found in the EPSON printer driver, clean the print heads by performing a head cleaning followed by printing a nozzle check pattern. A head cleaning and nozzle check must be performed as a cycle. After printing a nozzle check, examine the printed dot pattern. Each staggered horizontal and straight vertical line should be complete, with no gaps in the dot pattern. If there are gaps in the dot pattern, continue with another cycle. Perform up to 3 cycles if necessary. If the nozzle check is not printing completely, and if the head cleanings do not help the nozzle check pattern to print completely, try replacing the ink cartridge. Any ink cartridge installed into the printer must have a blue label on top of it. If the blue label has been removed from the ink cartridge, do not install the cartridge. Using an ink cartridge, which does not have the blue label on it, may damage the printer. Caution: If you have already installed a cartridge which is missing the blue label, or if a previously installed ink cartridge was missing its blue label at the time it was installed, and now head cleanings do not help the nozzle check pattern to print completely, your printer may require service and you should contact the EPSON Connection for further assistance.
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test the printer first, so that we can isolate the issue. print a nozzle check to eliminate the possibility that the nozzles are clogged by dried inks. if nozzle check prints blank page or it printedr but w/ gaps or breaks, do head cleaning
if your black ink does not print, there is a possibility that the nozzle of your printer are clogged by dried inks, to print a nozzle check. turn off the printer then press and hold the paper (middle) and power buttons together for 3 seconds then release. it should feed the paper and print a nozzle check pattern. if the black lines are full of gaps or breaks in the line. you need to do head cleaning to remove the clogs, press and hold the ink button (teardrop) for 3 seconds, wait until the power (green )light stopped flashing. turn the printer off then print a nozzle check again. just repeat the head cleaning process until the black pattern is ok, as well as the other colors. all shld. be complete.
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http://files.support.epson.com/pdf/nx100_/nx100_qr.pdf Checking the Print Head Nozzles If your printouts are faint or have gaps in them, some of the nozzles in the print head may be clogged or ink may be running low in one or more of the ink cartridges. Follow the steps below to check the print head nozzles. 1. Load letter-size paper in the sheet feeder. 2. Turn off the NX100 Series. 3. Hold down the y Stop button as you press the P On button to turn the NX100 Series back on. Hold down both buttons until the P On light begins to flash, then release the buttons. Cleaning the Print Head 21 4. Check the nozzle check pattern that prints to see if there are gaps in the lines. 5. If there are no gaps, the print head is clean. If there are gaps or the pattern is faint, clean the print head as described in the next section. Cleaning the Print Head If print quality has declined and the nozzle check pattern indicates clogged nozzles, you can clean the print head. Print head cleaning uses ink, so clean it only if necessary. Note: You cannot clean the print head if an ink cartridge is expended, and you may not be able to clean it when a cartridge is low. You must replace the cartridge first (see page 23). 1. Make sure the NX100 Series is on and the B ink light is off. 2. Hold down the y Stop button for three seconds to start the cleaning cycle, which lasts around one minute. Caution: Never turn off the NX100 Series during head cleaning or you may damage it. 3. When the P On light stops flashing, run a nozzle check (as described on page 20) to verify that the print head is clean. 4. If there are still gaps or lines, or the test patterns are faint, run another cleaning cycle and check the nozzles again. Note: If you don’t see any improvement after cleaning the print head two times, turn off your NX100 Series and wait at least six hours to let any dried ink soften. Then try cleaning the print head again. If quality does not improve, one of the ink cartridges may need to be replaced. If that doesn’t help, contact Epson as described on page 31. If you do not use your NX100 Series often, it is a good idea to print a few pages at least once a month to maintain good print quality. Good Luck and Please rate me.
The ink dried up in the print head. A printer should be used at least every two weeks to keep from drying up the ink. You may have to replace the print head or have it serviced. This is not much help. Bud
If you do a nozzle check...do a cleaning...then do another nozzle check, you can "read" the patterns to see exactly what the problem may be. If the first nozzle check is missing half, then you do the cleaning, and the second is missing half also, check the pattern of the box to see if the missing nozzles are jumping around. If the pattern is exactly the same, you have clogs. If the pattern jumps around, you are having ink starvation issues, and may need dampers.
Hi , i hava same printer like this , the printer need to reset , the counter are exceed the limit number of copies printed so need to reset the printer , you may visit the web site enter the printer number so they wiill able to identified the machine for downloading reseter.
Change the colour of the text to print each colour
The same text once in each colour- then you will know what the faulty colour is.
Download this utility
install it and learn to use it.
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