Question about Epson Office Equipment & Supplies
When trying to print to the printer comes up with service required with a prompt E998
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Thjis is indication the Waste in collector pades need changing eventually.- but no now. you have plenty of warning
Reset Epson R300/200
press three buttons to reset the counters
The buttons are "STOP" "Maintenance" and "POWER"
or down load the epson utility www.ssclg.com and use the reset counter feature
The printer will sound like its going to blow up, but thats normal.
You can do this about 5 times before your printer starts to piss out ink over the table because the Waste Ink Ink Pad is full
To avoid eventual flooding go to rear of the machine- remove the little door and rake around for a small plastic pipe buried under some padding under the left side.
Fix to this a thin piece of ploythene tube[Fish tank air supply], extend it to our side the machine and place in a suitable container to collect the waste ink..
Posted on Nov 21, 2007
Service required mean waste ink counter overflow. You need to reset it. SSC Service utility don't work with this type. The resetter is not for free, it's commercial. Only some distributor have it.
Posted on May 30, 2009
SOURCE: service error 5100
Try this to get rid of the error:
Service error 5100 is a carriage home position error.
Turn off and unplug the printer from the power supply.
Remove any paper.
Buy a can of compressed air from an electronics shop or computer store. Use the compressed air (Not a vacuum!!!) to blast out any dust bunnies, paper particles and debris. (Don't do this with the cartridges removed as you're likely to fill the printhead with air!!)
Use isopropyl alcohol and a cotton swab (Qtip) to clean the plastic strip that runs the length of the guide rail (the metal rail that the cartridge carriage moves along), it may be contaminated with ink and debris.
Remove and reinsert the ink cartridges inside the cartridge carriage to ensure that they're connecting properly.
With the power off, carefully slide the print head (carriage) to the center of the guide rail. You should not have to force it! (There will be some light resistance but it should move quite easily by gently pushing on it with your finger.)
Close all the access doors, plug it back in, connect your USB cable and turn on the power.
As it runs through the initialization, the printer should sense that the carriage is out of position and automatically move it back to where it should be.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
Find SSC utility or adjusment program refer to your printer type. Try find at indoreset.blogspot.com. Or contact me for free resetter an instruction detail.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
It is problem any hardware is not work properly.If you are a technician please service your printer properly.Clean all surface, blowing it.when you show E2 press black or color key
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
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