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clean first all put some basic silicon grease on the parts , most cause is when oil lubricated models are used dry without oil and not abandon timely the compressor.
Buy a service kit rings priority on the cover top and some rings like an exhaust seal in the top are very important parts also the buffer on the bottom that must closed the air on the quill if hold the trigger pulled so the quill must standing down, it shoult not be leaking air if release the trigger the same and the quill must be fully come free so there is no point of the quill to see if open the nail supply .
sounds to me like a gear tooth is chipped ,broken or worn out, in your gear box (we are talking about auto feed aren't we?) or the engaging mechanism is faulty .....dismantle and inspect if you have the know how?... pete
The problem is the print head, The ink cartrige for this printer is just a little bottle of ink. What really causes problem in it IS THE CLOGGED HEAD. If you have skill to reach thepen of the head (part that touchs the paper) use a quill tip or rag soak on water and clean it. Or go to EPSON SITE AND ORDER A HEAD CLEANNER FLUID TO POUR INSIDE THE HEAD AND CLEAN IT.
Unfortunately no it is not. Although it may be possible to do this yourself what the service centre will do is pressure test the unit after battery change to ensure that the computer is still accurate at depth and water tight of course. Hope that helps
Did Quill sell you a "OEM" (Original Manufacturer's Equipment) or a cartridge a third party cartridge?
If it is a third party ink or cartridge, then that's your problem. Lexmark does not condone the use of third party ink or cartridges. This is considered to be product tampering by Lexmark and they will void the printer warranty if damage results from the use of these type cartridges.
I do apologize for the bad news, but I do ask that you do not shoot the messenger. :-)