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Getting a flashing "E" followed by a "5" on the digital display.

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  • irishjoker35 Jan 21, 2009

    Yeah, I know it can't be the ink cartridges themselves..They're the same ones that came with the printer and have never been used or refilled. I've also tried holding down the Stop/Reset but no luck there either. I've tried running MPTool and reseting the ink levels while in Low-Level Mode and that didn't work either.

  • Anonymous May 06, 2009

    αλλαξα μελανι ..και απο τοτε γραφει ε5 και δεν κανει τιποτα.δοκιμασα μηπωσ δεν το εκανα σωστα αλλα ....το ιδιο

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Try replacing the ink cartridges..

I know this can be exspensive but the same solution comes up on a lot of different forums.

Other people have said to hold the stop/reset button down for at least 5 seconds.

Sorry Im clutching at straws but I hope it might help...

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

  • Mike Neath
    Mike Neath Jan 21, 2009

    Also I remember a problem with Epson printer cartridges, I dont know if they some how went out of date but I had some which were about 6 months old and the Epson printer wouldnt even recognise them..



    I brought new cartridges and it all worked fine.

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