Question about Epson Office Equipment & Supplies
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: EPSON STYLUS PRO 10000
00010014 Pressurization error
Ink supply pressure incorrect
The pressure system is determined to be leaking then this message appears and printer is stopped when detection of pressure origin sensor is incorrect at power on initialization or ink supply.
1. Replace supply pump assembly (including pressure origin sensor solenoid).
2. Check for disconnected air tube.
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
Did you use Epson Genuine Cartridges?
ALL…. Epson & Brother Requires Genuine Epson Cartridges. !!!!!!!!
That sounds like your problem.
In Purchasing Epson's CX 5400, CX4600, & CX7400 and more, I found out that Epson does not like Generic Printer Cartridges. I also Purchased a Brother. That also does not like Generic Print Cartridges. Color that should be Yellow, will turn out Green, Blue Brown, etc. These printers have a CHIP that will detect if it is Generic or Genuine. When they see it’s Generic Cartridges, it will print lines thru the words, stripes across the picture and also do a mix match with the colors.
That's what these Companies do., so they can keep selling the ink cartridges. Some Printers, are able to use Generic, and some are refillable. Some you can refill them up yourself and I heard, quite MESSY.
So I learned, thru trial and error, that you must use the ORIGINAL Genuine Cartridges for these PRINTERS. Some people say some models work fine compatible, but not mine.......
I had to replace the printer, but Epson, Lexmark & Brothers are always on sale. My Brother & Epson cost me $50.00 with Rebate. Don’t waste too much ink in cleaning it.
This is the only advice I can give you. If you find this helpful, pls rate me.
Thanks and Good Luck :0)
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
When determining a solution for an error, always look to what changes you instituted just prior to the error. In my case, I switched from FW to USB. That brought on the 0001001b head driver (tg) temperature error. When I switched back to FW, the error went away and the SP4000 display reads "Ready"
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
Try this: First check which cartridge(s) are not being recognized. In my case where I replaced all three color cartridges, two were recognized right away but one was not. You find out by sending a print request to the printer and looking at the ink cartridge levels diagram in the dialog window. In my case two of three were fine but one had a red X on it. So I removed it and cleaned the contacts with alcohol then rocked it in the slot after pressing it in. It was recognized and the charging process began as normal.
Posted on Oct 25, 2010
SOURCE: When I change the ink
I also have a an Epson that takes the #69 cartridge. Whether or not I solve your issue, I suggest you call Epson and tell them about this issue. What you think and a piece of your mind. I've done it and they replaced my printer. I called their consumer relations relations and explained to them that I have owned Epson Printers for years which is true. That any time of the day or night I can find a 10 your old Epson dot matrix printer on Ebay, get it in the mail and it would work perfectly and be more dependable then what I have sitting in front of me. I would remind them that they have a great deal of experience building printers and ask them to restore my faith in them.
Now that I have soap boxed, lets get down to your printer.
The Epson has a circuit board installed in every cartridge itself. It is designed to shut down the printer when it is out of ink and to thwart any attempts to refill it. Your detection system is obviously malfunctioning.
This is what I would do, for what it is worth it sometimes works.
Using the Epson maintenance utility to change cartridges I would do the following:
1 Remove the cartridge
2 Remove all the rest of the cartridges
3 With a strong flashlight, look inside where the spring contact that the cartridges fit against in the head and brush out any possible debris you can find with an old toothbrush. You may want to put a small amount of rubbing alcohol or vodka (expensive rubbing alcohol) on the brush and wipe it over the contacts lightly. DON'T USE COTTON SWAB OR PAPER TOWEL AS PAPER WILL EASILY GET LODGED INTO THE MACHINE.
4 Use a cotton swab dipped in alcohol to remove any oily residue that may be on your four cartridges. JUST WIPE ONCE AND DRY WITH CLEAN PAPER TOWEL IMMEDIATELY.
5 INSTALL ALL FOUR CARTRIDGES INTO THE MACHINE.
6 RUN THE REST OF THE INSTALL UTILITY DOING RECHARGE AND CLEANING ACTIONS AS USUAL.
Tell me what happened.
I have had it work when I have removed all four cartridges, even though I am only changing one of them.
I hope this has helped.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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