Question about Epson Stylus CX3810 All-In-One InkJet Printer
I have had this printer for about 2 years. It has been sitting dormant for about a year, after I had tried to refill the ink myself and failed miserably at it. I just bought some new ink cartridges, but the printer won't print anything. It recognizes the ink though. I'm wondering if I may have clogged it somehow. When I was attempting to refill the cartridges, it appears that ink seeped out into the bottom of the carriage. Did I clog it? and how can I fix this issue?
If you haven't been printing for a year, your print head is most definitely clogged. You did clog it, by not printing :)
First of all, clean the ink that is in your printer (use toilet paper or some tissue).
Then you need to clean the print head. To do that:
Also, to avoid getting in this situation again, I suggest that you print one page, at least once in 10 days. That way, your print head should always work fine.
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