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Re: Epson EPL 7000 Error Message E0003
If you have a some expirience with repairin you may change the fuse ,that is a fuse in your`s fixingf station.you may to open the printer,then renuve the fixing station and then dismount.Then you find a some thermal fuse *lookls like a snall rocket with two wire from them. 2A /103 deggres celsius
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https://files.support.epson.com/htmldocs/rx620_/.../trble_1.htm EpsonAn error has occurred in the printer parts. Turn this product off, and then back on. If theerror message still appears, contact your dealer. Scanner error occurred.
If the current prointer you have lacks the functions you seek in a printer then by all meens buy one that does meet your needs, However typically what needs to be replaced when you get the "Parts nearing the end of their lifespan" error, your print head is getting old, and the cost of a replacement varies depending on the make or model of your printer. Its worth investigating.
Did you get the printer serviced when you got the first error message? You need to have the ink pads replaced and then reset the ink pad counter. See the following URL: http://www.epson.com/cgi-bin/Store/support/InkPadsForm.jsp?cookies=no&com.broadvision.session.new=Yes (long URL).
You can get it serviced by Epson and some independent repair places.
The only alternative is replacing the printer. I do not know the cost of the parts and labor and can't tell you if it's worth the repair if the printer is out of warranty.
Wrong you can save the printer by installing an external waste ink tank and resetting the code.
don't replace the ink pads install a external waste ink tank instead, then reset the printer using reset program . . search on eBay for epson waste ink tank comes with reset program. I got a tube one for mine and it saved my printer.
The reset utility to fix it is linked to from the bottom of the article but you may need to use this utility instead if that doesn't work (see bottom of article).
It's not the easiest printer in the world to get into but if you can find a deep well of patience and a couple of hours to tackle this you should find it's more than possible and well worth the effort.
Turn printer off and remove photoconductor unit, close covers and turn printer back on without photoconductor, error will appear that you need to install photoconductor, install photoconductor and wait til it calibrates, if same error appears photoconductor is a consumable part you will have to replace it then.
Are you often to used refilled cartridge? That's possible your waste tank has been fulled. Hold down the 'Stop' AND the 'B&W' button while powering up. This seems to clear the error message and restore the printer. Worked for me--dunno how long it will last tho!
Hi Minolta man.
This is a very common message on ALL Epson ink jets. The printer has a "protection" counter inside which monitors the amount of ink pumped into the waste pads in the base of the machine. After a while the counter will hit it's pre-determined limit and light up like a christmas tree and stop you from printing any more.
MANY repair centres will tell you (and I believe even Epson have said) this error is not worth fixing.
Well it is and it's SOOOOooooooo easy.
What you need is a piece of software to reset the counter, some instruction on how to dismantle the printer to get to the waste pads, and more instructions on how to clean the pads.
You can get a rescue kit that offers all this from http://www.TheServiceManualShop.com If you don't see thje one you need listed for your model, drop them an email and they will create one for you. The file is delivered by instant download too, so you can crack right on with the job.