Recently purchased an epson sx200, and the paper will not feed and it says 'paper not loaded correctly.' After trying, I have managed to print two pages off but they were creased and i cant even manage to do that now.
Just a thought,as I had a similar problem.The instructions are abysmal,but it may be worth having a look where you feed the paper in and squeezing the grey plastic gizmo,and moving it to the left to allow the paper to enter the feed properly.
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Some printers use a light sensor to tell if paper is loaded or not. If printing on clear acetate, try loading a regular sheet of paper under it. It should pull the acetate sheet through and leave the regular paper in tray. Since the Epson sx200 is an inkjet printer be careful not to smudge. I would allow a good 5 to 10 minutes to dry. Good luck!
You are suggested to Claim the warranty of your Printer if vaild till now. If not then it would need bit of a service. And sir let me inform you that With new printers the cartridges you get are just Sample and have 1/3 ink then new cartridges.
Bottom line, if the printer doesn't accept them, then they are not compatible... I'd recommend returning them for a refund and find a supplier that has tried and tested cartridges.
I'd love to be able to recommend a supplier but as I don't have an SX200 I can't... Others might be able to help if you can indicate where you are in the world as the SX200 is, I believe, zone specific.
Hello! Have you tried www.epson.com or if no luck there try my favourite site www.cnet.com if it isn't there there will be a link, Cnet's never failed me. Press the blue button if satisfied with my Free effort, Thank You! Paul 'W' U.K.
Removed the new paper from feed slot, pressed the on button which allowed the `grabber` to release the jammed paper slightly and then was able to [with the aid of long tweezers] remove the jammed paper through the feed slot. Regards Geoff
Switch printer off. Take all paper out of the feeder, put your hand in and you'll feel a rubber semi-circle, rotate (push) it toward the back of the printer until you can feel the rubber part disappear, load paper and switch the printer on and it should reset itself to the correct position.
Sometimes you have to press down slightly on to the paper weight sensor to unlock the grabber.