Question about Kodak ESP Office Equipment & Supplies
Hi. Love Kodak, the printed being loose can only mean one thing the clip is broken. After you removed the ink did you remove the head? If so why? Let's try something, going to look at my Kodak printer. Ok so there is a grey tab that holds the top of the head. They put a bullseye looking sticker in the middle if the head. That's the only place you need to push to secure the head. It should make a clicking sound. If you don't hear that click the tab is broken and the carriage needs tho be replaced cheaper tho buy new. Do a visual check FIRST. Look at the carriage look on the top to see if you see a tab. Could be grey, or green right in the middle of the head. If you don't see it, may be gone. Sorry.
Posted on Apr 09, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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