Question about Kodak ESP 3 Multifunction Printer/ Copier/ Scanner
Works great...now. I wish I could bill Kodak for the hours I put in trying to solve this, but there's not much of it left to bill.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This particular printer does not have wireless A, B or G enabled but it does have Bluetooth. Although if you wanted a permanent and reliable connection the option that you can take is to wire this printer to your router and then print from a wireless computer. Another option is if you want you can buy a wireless printerserver for multifunction printers like the Linksys WPSM54G (Check and call for compatibility first) and then have it go wireless. Take note that you have to have a router for all these options by the way. As for the abovementioned bluetooth its not that reliable because of the speed. Especially if you print photos.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
I had the same problem and wasted money on 2 new cartridges before finding the answer on several blogs. Call Kodak Tech Support. In this case they are very good. Tell them the problem, they walk you through some steps and then give up. They will then send you out a new print head (a cheap and disposable device). I thought about buying another one for the next time things go bad but I can't find a source. They send it in 3-5 days, free. I think Kodak is embarrassed about their bad system (printheads should not go bad so fast!)
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
if you are running windows vista there is a built in roadblock to being able to add any custom size pages. You have to turn off user account control by going into control panel, users, user accounts and then turn on/off user account control. After you do this you can add any size you want then if you want the added safety go back and turn on the user account control. Hope this helps and happy printing!
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
I think you'll need a new printhead if it's not printing color or B&W. Call kodak at 1.800.421.6699 to get one.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
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