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1. Your website has a mind of it's own. Try typing in 'Service Req E511' & the site scrolls on it's own, not allowing me to select anything. 2. I have the above message flashing. After waiting 5 days for the last part & then trying to catch up, I have this new message. I NEED TO PRINT TODAY! Is there a temporary solution at least for today? Sharon

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Hi Sharon
I wish some of the users posting questions here had minds of there own.
Anyway,, That issue you're having doesn't happen on my machine, I'm able to type willy-nilly (and a whole lot more).
There's a bunch of answers relating to the E511 message on the Epson pages
just click here http://www.fixya.com/search.aspx?cstm=0&_s=E511
hopefully something there will help.

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