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Broken Ink jet nozel on R1800

I have a R1800 injet printer with a broken ink nozel (the inlet that the ink cartridge sits on). Seems that the entire ink jet head needs to be replaced since all the nozels are made from 1 peice of platic. How can I get this fixed?

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  • casadelane Nov 06, 2007

    Yeah, I got a price of $400 for a new printer head.

  • John847 Jun 10, 2008

    I have the same problem - where and how much to fix?

  • aliados1 Jul 10, 2008

    I have the same problem

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You can get replacement parts from any one of these.

or you can get it fixed at any Epson Authorized Servicer

http://pos.epson.com/service/SCR.htm

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    Thomas Christopher Nov 06, 2007

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  • BonSue Mar 09, 2011

    The service locater link was not helpful because my printer is not included in the list of model options. You need to either have an option that says "other" or list all Epson product possibilities. I have a Epson Photo R1800 printer with a broken ink jet. Can I have it repaired at a reasonable cost or is it a lost cause? Please respond to: HRHelpingHands@TampaBay.rr.com Thanks

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