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Cannot get to liitle box to replace the ink cartridges,the box where the cartridges go in, I do not know how to get the cartridges box to stop so I can get them in,I would like advice from start to finish of how to get it done.

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You can always do it thru the utility.
click on start, click on printer n faxes
You will see your epson icon with a check mark, double click on that icon, click on printer tab, then slect printing preferences, printing preferences utility will come up. click on tab, Click on the Maintenance Tab as shown below, then select ink replacement icon. I have a red bullit on it for you to see. Follow thru to changing cartridges. It will move the ink station to the proper stop.

If you find this helpful pls rate me.

Thanks and Good Luck.
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