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Epson R380 how can I open the ink compartment for replacing cartridges, that are near empty? Replaced 1 cartridge, then cleaned and nozzlecheck shows other cartridges near empty, but printer will only keep on cleaning. This depletes my new cartridge. please help!!

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Turn on the printer. The printer head will start to move to the left; immediately pull out the power cable from the back of the printer. You can now move the print head to the cartridge exchange position by hand. Change the cartridge(s) and close the cartridge cover. Re-insert the power cable, turn the printer back on and it should work OK.

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