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Epson printer -parts at their end of life!

Still reads "parts inside your printer are at the end of their life"

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  • Anonymous Dec 28, 2007

    Have a look at ..



    http://dvinfo.net/conf/showthread.php?t=...



    It will answer your question. I have an R300 with the same problem.



    Dennis

  • ROY KLINE Nov 15, 2008

    I also called support and they thought that the ink pad needed replacing. Has anyone gotten the same response? how do you replace this part?

  • Angie Walters Mar 03, 2009

    Printer won't print. It let me print a dozen times after it first came up. Then completely stopped. On printer screen it says "Service required. Parts inside your printer are at the end of their service life. See your printer's documentation for details."

  • Lanie Russell Mar 17, 2009

    I have the same problem with an RX700. It is three years old, and everything else works perfectly. I got the "end of service life" message and emailed Epson support. After exchanging way too many emails, I phoned them and had to talk with about seven people, all of whom told me the same thing: the ink pads are full and need to be replaced. "Take it to your nearest service center." Ha! The nearest service center is five hours away. Epson tech support also told me it would be very expensive to replace the ink pads and that it would be cheaper to buy a new printer (and possibly profitable for them!)

    There is a way to take the machine apart, remove the ink pads and clean them, but it is a very difficult and complex procedure, one which I would not even think of trying to do. I read the link posted by "guest" and my research about this issue has resulted in the same conclusions.

    A few days ago I bought a new multifunction printer--an Epson Artisan 800, and now I'm having problems with it. I am going to take it back this week and re-install my RX700, reset the counter, and keep using it, just as the poster on the link has done, taking the chance that ink will leak all over my home office. To reset the counter, Epson has a page with instructions, but it is hard to find. They don't want anyone to find it, actually. I will look for it again and if I find it I will post it here.

    By the way, when I bought the RX700 three years ago Epson had wonderful tech support--all in the U.S. and Canada. They have since outsourced to the Philippines and not only is their tech support terrible, but their customer service is even worse.


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I posted the same problem but have finally found out how to fix. Let me remind you, I have an Epson Stylus RX700 and I run Vista on my computer. Epson will now resolve this problem with a download. http://www.epson.com/cgi-bin/store/support/inkpadsform.jsp Tried it and my printer is now working once again. I do suggest cleaning the sponges that collect the ink. Just to make sure they aren't over filled. Still haven't figured out how to clean the right side of the carriage where the printhead sits. I am going to try printing a full page and in the middle of printing, unplug the unit. Hopefully that will keep the printhead to the side. Hope this helps.

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  • Angie Walters Mar 18, 2009

    It wasn't an old link but changes. If you go to the Epson website, click on Drivers & Support, then click All In Ones, then pick your printer such as RX700, then click on FAQ's. You will have a list of questions. Click the answer link to "What should I do if my printer driver displays the message parts inside my printer are reaching their end of service life?" Answer will be, "See the Epson Ink Pad Reset Utility page". Click on that link. Towards the bottom of that page you will have to fill out your name, address, printer info, etc. That will then take you to your down load. It works great. I also cleaned the pads. First the one on left which is easy. The one on the right, under the print head is more difficult. Click to print a page and unplug when the print head is in the center. Clean and plug back in.

  • Angie Walters Mar 19, 2009

    It sounds like you have a different type printer than I have. I have an RX700. All I had to do was lift up the top portion of my printer/scanner. I can see the ink pads on each side of the printer carriage. Not sure about other printers. I don't have any doors, etc. Sorry, I won't be able to help you on that part.

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The link provided above must be an old one. The link indicates "page not available."

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  • Lanie Russell Mar 18, 2009

    Thanks for the clarification about the link. I would like to know in more detail how you were able to clean the ink pads. I know there is a small "door" on the back and on the left side, and I read somewhere to take out the screw and remove the door to reach the inkpads. I was able to do that, but saw no inkpads. Did you have to take the printer apart to clean them? I would certainly like to try it, but other advice I have read makes it seem time-consuming, confusing, and messy, among other things. I don't feel very confident about attempting it. If you found it to be easier than what I have described, please, please let me know. Thanks!

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Review online guide and trouble shooting for suggestions.

The manuals,online guide and trouble shooting sections could help you resolve your problem. Contact support has a chat facility on some pages that may help.

Click this Link

Under Select a Product Range
Choose Laser PrintersEpson printer -parts at their end of life! - 4.gif on the webpage1.gif
Under Select a Product
Choose Aculaser C1100 on the webpage
Under Select an OS
Choose the operating system1.gif on the machine where you will install the printer on the webpage
Click Confirm Selection

The manuals and documentation link will allow you to download manuals that were on your CD ROM

you may want to bookmark the online guide, if present, to help with future problems -- that probably was not on the CD

Click the back button on the browser

click the Drivers and Software Link

This allows you to download software files that were probably on your installation CD

Click the back button on the browser again

Trouble Shooting and Contact Support could be an interesting link in the future too when and if you have problems.

I hope this helps

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  • elixermixer1 Aug 30, 2010

    I've recently had the same problem with a Photo Stylus R320 printer. I was just about to throw the whole thing in the trash when a friend of mine sent me a link to download an Epson Printer Adjustment program. Which works on many models. I was able to reset the "End of life" error that I was getting regarding the print head of my printer. It takes a little bit of time to go into this program and run all of its checks but once completed everything works great! It is like a new printer. I have included a link to where I was able to download the program and the name of the program itself just in case you need to do a google search.
    The programs name is: Epson SPR300310320
    Download link:http://rs98.rapidshare.com/files/1201873...

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