Question about Epson Stylus CX7000F All-In-One Printer
I just moved to Alaska and shipped this printer up and had the same problem. What I found was that when I start up the printer, the carrier that holds the printer cartridges would not move all the way to right side of the tray. You can see this if you open up the top portion of the scanner glass carrier.
Turn off the power and remove the electrical plug from the back of the printer to be sure no power is feeding the printer.
If you closed the top of the printer, the part where the scanner / copier glass is at, open it back up.
Reach into the printer and manually move the piece of plastic that holds the print cartridges to the left.
Directly underneath where the print cartridge carrier defaults to on the right hand side of the printer you will see a piece of white plastic on the bottom. It will probably be sticking up. It is hinged. Push it down gently so that it rests down inside of the indention where it is supposed to be.
Plug your printer back in and turn it on. The printer will go through its self test, and if this was the problem will work correctly for you.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
I thought you had the solution to my problem but I guess not. My print cartridge was on the right side but not all the way. I pushed it gently to the right and it moved about 1/2" Plugged it back in; same error message. I see the small white plastic hinged lever under the cartridge and pushed it down but it pops back up again and I still get the same error message.
Anything else worth trying?
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
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