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My Epson CX6400 suddenly put up an Error- Printer Error see your documentation or call service message between pages and now wont print. Any ideas?

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SOURCE: Epson Stylus CX6400 not printing

The head assembly is attached to a photo sensor that tells the printer when it is at the ends of its travel.

Sounds like this mechanism is not working properly.
Check to make sure thare is no obstructions or dirt in the paths at the ends of the print head travel.

You can use an air gun to clean the printer (JUST KEEP IT AWAY FROM THE PRINTER CARTRIDGES) as the ink will FLY EVERYWHERE.....

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Press on off, load expulsion, byw,color and stop all at the same time, wait until it is on. then press color and then shut down.

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SOURCE: When I turn on my Epson stylus CX6400, it has the

Do you have any other indicators such as flashing lights or similar?

My guess is that it MIGHT be a "service required" error meaning the waste pads are full in which case this guide may help..

There's a reset sequence you can follow near the end of the article which I'd try... If that solves it then you'll need to deal with the waste pads.. If not, you'll know it's something else and can report back..

Posted on Mar 23, 2010

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SOURCE: my epson stylus cx6400 says printer error check

I had the same problem and this worked.

  1. Turn OFF the printer.
  2. Press B/W + Color + Stop button together and hold
  3. Press Power ON button and hold (4 buttons on hold now and don’t release the buttons until you see the light indicator is blinking. A message will be displayed on the LCD)
  4. Release all buttons.
  5. Press the Color button once
  6. Turn OFF the printer.
  7. Turn ON the printer and the protection counter should be resetted


Posted on May 05, 2010

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