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Well wish I had good news. Sounds like you're voltage distribution board got fried. BUT before we pronounce it dead, are you getting any codes at all? Or is everything blank? If your getting nothing, nothing you can do. Did you plug into wall or power strip? For grins, try one more outlet.
hi ldbartz, i/m sure you already check all cabling issue. if none if its working mean you got power problem. on every printer these days, all system powered from an adapter, if nothing happen to your power or adapter, printer will go power on and the power led will go on also. the adapter itself (for all epson) is located inside, you cannnot replace it without open your printer like canon printer.
Make sure that the head can move on the carriage bar as this indicates a head assembly lock or jam. Make sure all the paper paths are clear and there is no tiny piece of paper stuck. Power it back on. If this does not resolve then you will need a visit to the repair shop or buy a new printer which is probably cheaper!
mine did that. it was a full cartridge and it was still saying it was empty. tech support told me i had to reset the chip but mine was a refilled cartridge. then everything worked fine but i had the reseter