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GIMP uses its own printer drivers (you can view the make and model
options under the "Setup Printer" choice in GIMP's Print interface). If
your main printer driver choice is not found in GIMP's printer options,
you won't be able to print in GIMP. Secondly, for GIMP assings a "Post
Script 2" level to the printer by default. If you leave it there, it
won't print. You have to change that by actually choose you printer
make and model from the drop down box and the save the settings or it
will revert back to Post Script 2 on the next load.
I went to Epson.com's technology on google - and as I followed their prompts, I learned that it was the printer heads and that you aren't supposed to tilt the machine. I have been moving it a lot, so undoubtedly tilted it. You can follow the prompts after a right click on the printer icon on the bottom left corner of the monitor and it cleans the printer head. This also solves a white streak problem if people are having white streaks where there's no pringint....They had lost of answers there too.