Question about Epson Stylus Pro 9800 InkJet Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: epson 4000
The error relates to a carriage movement error detected by the printer. This means the printer has detected too much power is required ti move the print head. Reason : All these Service Requests (Service Requests 00010004 , 00010005, 00010006, 00010007, 0001000A, 0001000F, 0001001D) are related to a Carriage movement error that is not automatically due to a Hardware fault. The reasons can be : - The carriage is lock not completely released. - The carriage lock has been partially pushed in after a paper jam or maintenance (for example). Reminder : The carriage lock must be released after unpacking the printer (see setup instructions) as follow : Points to check : In case such an error appears: - Power off the printer. - Ensure the Carriage lock is released (pulled to the left side) - Pushing down the cutter blade, slide the carriage to the left ? At the same time, please check if there is any foreign materials / dust / paper jam in the carriage path. If so, remove them. - Also, make sure that the carriage encoder (T-Fence) isn?t dirty and is correctly set and centered. Let me know how you get on with this info.
Posted on Aug 17, 2007
I don't quite understand the question here. I am very familiar with the SSC Service Utility, it's amazing really... but you use IT to reset counters on the Epson devices, there are no counters for the SSC Service Utility...
What are you trying to reset?
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
SOURCE: I have an epson 4880
Service Request errors in the range 00010004 - 000101D are related to a carriage movement problem. In some instances like paper jams, the carriage locking tab may be partially pushed in, causing the carriage locking mechanism to put a drag on the carriage or lock the carriage completely. This will cause a carriage error. Make sure the carriage locking tab is pulled to the left. Then turn the printer's power off and release the carriage by pushing down on the cutter blade. Slide the carriage to the left and look for any paper that also may be restricting the carriage from moving freely.
00010004 CR Motor encoder check error 00010005 CR Motor out of step 00010006 CR Motor over current 00010007 CR Motor in-position time-out 0001000A CR axis detection error 0001000F CR Motor PWM output faulty 0001001D CR servo parameter error
The T-Fence may also be dirty or out of the carriage encoder. Check to make sure it is clean and in the center of the encoder. Contact Epson for additional assistance.
Posted on Jun 20, 2011
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