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Green & red lights flashing alternativly

I cannot print anything Someone sugessted I take pads out and wash them. Do nt know how to get them out.

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If pads need to be replaced, better get a new printer instead since if you are going to wash pads there is no guarantee that printer will work. get a new one, call epson at 562-276-1300. you can get a better deal from them.

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