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If your Epson 9880 stylus pro printer displays a 0001000c error code on the control panel screen, then it indicates the PG home position detection error. The printer might display this error and stops printing when it fails to detect the PG home position during the power-on initialization process. This might also occur when the platen gap changing operation is performed after loading the paper.
The main causes of this issue are provided below.
The PG HP Sensor connector might be disconnected from your printer.
The printer would have been disconnected from the Pump Motor connector.
Check if the Pump Motor harness is broken.
See if there is a PG HP Sensor failure.
Otherwise, check if there is a pump motor failure.
Make sure the PG drive gears are not damaged.
The motor driver's fuser on the main board would have been blown.
Follow these steps to resolve the issue.
The Pump Motor connector or the PG HP Sensor connector should be securely reconnected.
Try replacing the PG HP Sensor and the PUMP CAP ASSY. After replacing them, check if the problem is resolved. For Support Call Our Toll-Free 1-866-293-9220
Maybe the issue is not printer related. Maybe Word 2010 needs some sort of update. Windows Update will update Windows OS and other Microsoft products (I have a Windows 7 PC running Office 97, Windows Update treats it like Office 2003 and STILL updates it!).
You need to change the default tray. Thats the reason its printing one page at a time. You can change the default tray to draw paper from two ways, by using the controls on the printer itself or by changing the settings when you print a document.
To change it on the printer, go to menu on the printers keys and scroll the options until you find the print settings. Use the up and down arrows to scroll and press enter or OK when you find print settings. Continue to scroll until you see the default paper tray and change it from the manual feed choice to the default paper tray.
If changing from the print settings in the computer, when in a document that you want to print go to file at the top of the page and then print and click on preferences. Click the tabs at the top until you see the paper tray that is currently being used and click the arrow next to it to change it to another. Then click "ok" and close everything.
I ran this process two months ago when the printer was 4 months in use.
Try running through the manual cleaning process for the print heads.
3-choose ALL. If that doesnt work try cleaning BLACK only.
when the cleaning finishes the machine will go back to standby mode automatically.
see pg 172 in users manual under routine maint.
Why don't you get 1 wireless printer and install the software on both computers and print from both? Also if/when you get a network printer set the IP manually. That way it never changes. (read on...)
Sharing printers was all the rage back in 1985 (Back to the Future movie) ... not anymore. Your probably having Windows networking problems. Disappearing hosts on the Windows network ... and everytime you reboot whoever comes on 1st gets to be the Master Browser and keep the list of computers on the WIndows network. And often that one just doesn't "get" the other computer (or two or 3) on the network for some reason.
Also problems can happen if the ip addresses are DHCP assigned (very likely) so they keep changing and one computer remembers an old ip and it gets broken all over again.
When you push the cartridges in, they need to *click* into place for the machine to hold them. It sounds like you're just not pushing them in quite hard enough. HP is pretty consistent in making the holder a little stiff so the cartridge locks in tight.
I found a solution that worked for me by prowling around various Apple discussion forums. The two keys to the solution for me were numbers 3 and 5 below.
1. Opened print/fax preferences
2. Opened Add printer by clicking the +
3. For protocol, select HP jetdirect-socket (not IPP or LDP)
4. Determined the IP address for my Belkin wired print server and typed this into the Address line of printer setup
5. Manually selected the printer driver as ML-2010. It is in the list of drivers but is in the M's, not under the Samsung drivers.
6. This worked for me. I've seen reports from people who had to power cycle their print server and/or printer as well.