Question about Epson Office Equipment & Supplies
The printer sensor at the bottom of the printhead must be dirty. If you can, take out the printhead and clean the sensor with a paper towel dipped in rubbing alcohol or take paper towel soaked with alcohol folded to fit the path of the printhead and manually move the printhead several across the paper towel to clean it
Posted on Nov 01, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I got my printer to work (finally! #$^%$%) by moving the ink carriage back and forth a bit gently and then I sprayed a small amount of WD40 on a lint free small cloth and wiped the silver bar inside with it. I slid the carriage slowly from one side to the left and it seemed to stick less. I thought my printer was broken so I figured it couldn't do any more harm and lo and behold it worked! My printer went back to the normal screen after turning it back on and I am finishing the print job that I never thought would happen. YAY!
Posted on Apr 18, 2012
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