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SOURCE: Epson R2880 trying to change matt black to photo black

There are many solutions posted already - what I do is in photoshop i start to print - even though I cant select the paper I want because the wrong ink is recorded - and I click print preview... then click print. The epson drivers tries to print, THEN detects the NEW ink and sends me back to selecting the paper with the new ink properly sensed. I hope this helps.
Keith

Posted on Jan 07, 2011

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Where can i obtain hard copy of user manual


PDF is available to download. Download it and print.

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Epson r280n two flashing red lights


This sounds like a faulty cover switch. The printer will do this if the cover is not closed or the switch wire is not connected. You can take the cover off and see if the cable is disconnected or get it serviced thru epson.

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Type mismatch printer


Is this a simple problem of not turning off color-management in the printer driver, so double profiling is occurring?
Or is it a more difficult situation where there is a bug in the printer driver that prevents color management from being turned off at least for some driver versions and you have to find the proper one before things will work? Here is a long thread from a year ago with no resolution for an Epson R2880 and the user not being able to get a driver that does the color management properly:You might try older drivers by selecting older versions of the OS:
http://www.epson.com/cgi-bin/Store/support/supDetail.jsp?oid=79928<http://www.epson.com/cgi-bin/Store/support/supDetail.jsp?oid=79928&BV_ UseBVCookie=yes&infoType=Downloads&platform=OSF_M_X8> &BV_UseBVCookie=yes&infoType=Downloads&platform=OSF_M_X8

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Wont turn on


The first step is to make sure that where you plug in your printer has electricity. Unplug your printer from the outlet and plug a lamp or something else in the plug to make sure it has electricity.

If it has electricity, than unplug all the electrical wires from the printer and then carefully plug them back in and then plug your printer back into the outlet. Sometimes these connections simply come loose.

If you need more info you can try:

http://www.epson.com/cgi-bin/Store/support/supDetail.jsp?BV_UseBVCookie=yes&infoType=Overview&oid=104488

Hope this helps and good luck................................Pete

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Wont print on command


Try to go to the control panel open printer and faxes then right click the icon for your printer and click on use printer online.

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I have an R2880 printer that has given me great results printing out of photoshop cs4 using a LaCie crt monitor. I changed to a Dell 2408wfp monitor and all my photo prints now come out dark. I have...


Print and screen color matching is HORRIBLY difficult. It could be a case of old ink, humid air, poor calibration, or different qualities of paper (when comparing two prints).

For best, most consistent products, go to a professional photo finisher/print shop.

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Epson R2880 trying to change matt black to photo black


There are many solutions posted already - what I do is in photoshop i start to print - even though I cant select the paper I want because the wrong ink is recorded - and I click print preview... then click print. The epson drivers tries to print, THEN detects the NEW ink and sends me back to selecting the paper with the new ink properly sensed. I hope this helps.
Keith

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Intel Mac: epson R2400


I removed the printer from the system then added a new printer , then down loaded the latest driver v 6.12 I am now well on the way to fixing the problem

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Two printers, one computer.


The answer is yes! You can have as many printing deveces as you want. If you are out of USB ports, purchase a USB hub (please plug the printer directly into a USB port to have the device recognized) then load the drivers. If you don’t have the drivers google “epson r2880 driver” and you will be good to go. You will have to select a default printer in ‘Settings’ but you will be prompted each time you print. Happy computing! Doogie

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