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Can't switch back to print mode after copying pages

I can switch from coy to scan to fax and photo card, but can't get it to print!
I did try turning off and leaving it for a few minutes, and I also unplugged it. I cannot remember how to get it to print .... it just keeps copying blank pages

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SOURCE: printing blank pages

Make sure your set to "print" and not scan. The blank pages may be a 'print' of the lid on your scanner top

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

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SOURCE: Epson CX3810 started leaving blank streaks, now no ink on page

I went to Epson.com's technology on google - and as I followed their prompts, I learned that it was the printer heads and that you aren't supposed to tilt the machine. I have been moving it a lot, so undoubtedly tilted it. You can follow the prompts after a right click on the printer icon on the bottom left corner of the monitor and it cleans the printer head. This also solves a white streak problem if people are having white streaks where there's no pringint....They had lost of answers there too.

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SOURCE: Epson Stylus C67 keeps printing blank pages

The symptoms infer that the problem is with the computer (printing from an application) rather than the printer (prints OK when the computer is not involved). The best way out of this is to uninstall the printer (start-control panel-uninstall software-epson software). But before you do this double-click the printer icon in the printer list (start-control panel-printers & faxes) and cancel all print jobs in the list (if there are any). Then uninstall the printer Then reboot the computer. Make sure your printer is connected to the computer BUT TURNED OFF. Then insert your printer installation CD and re-install the printer. Turn on the printer when prompted. All should then be well.

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SOURCE: Vertical line on page when scanning/faxing

Clean the scanner glass. You probably have some dirt or whiteout on it. Open up the top feeder and look at the narrow glass and you'll probably find it.

Posted on Mar 17, 2009

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