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Epson rx585 wont power back up


open the cartridge campartment and check for any insects or dust clean and try to restart

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I changed the paper size on the printer and it went to a USB port. I have been waiting for it to delete the printing schedule since last might. How can I get it to delete?


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I'm not sure what "it" specifically refers to when you say "it went to a USB port", so this part of your question is not clear.

You also don't say which operating system you are using, so I can only talk in general terms.

Your printer has a small maemory cache that can store printing information and instructions several pages ahead of what it is printing in real time.

When an error occurs and the user keeps firing off more and more instructions to resolve the error, the cache can become full and refuse to accept any more instructions.

Start > Printers > double click on the default printer's icon > highlight and cancel all pending documents > close > power down the printer > disconnect the printer cable > restart the PC > power up the printer > reconnect the printer cable > test print.

This process should clear the printer's memory cache and you should be fine from there.

I hope this helps.

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Power went out for awhile due to storms, now my


You may need to reset the printer. Here are the align cartridge instructions from HP, in case you haven't seen them. Here's another link that explains, in step 7, how to do a partial reset. If that doesn't work, shut down, remove both power and data cables from your printer for a few minutes, then reconnect and restart.
Hope that proves helpful!

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!

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Keeps restarting


I do not know about the screeching part, that could be part of the problem or completely independent of the problem. When my machine kept repeating the "startup" process, it was because my bulbs went out. The printer then would never get warm enough to melt the ink to begin printing, so it would just keep restarting, and restarting the warming up process. One way to tell is to take off the side cover. Then peer into the side and see if you see a bright light - which would be your bulbs. I have no idea though what to tell you about the screeching thing.

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Cannon i850 printer. Power went out in the middle of a job.


have you checked you are getting juice into your printer.... possibly you have a blown fuse, check cables as that may be your problem

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Printing problems


offline means it cannot detect the presence of the printer, though virtually present, check the ff

1- cable are intact, USB or Parallel to PC
2- power line, light on the printer itself

if ok, then reset all queued jobs and restart the PC once again

dont forget to mark my suggestion pls

Jul 31, 2008 | HP PSC 1315 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Printer is on but cannot print


if your power light is off and the paper and ink lights are flashing try this.
1. remove all the paper,
2. open the cover and check for paper jam
3. make sure the ink cartridge lid is securley in place by opening and re closing the ink cartridge lid
reclose the lid, disconnect the power supply and hold the power button for 30 seconds. reinstall the power plug and turn the printer back on.

hope this helps

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"used ink tank is full"???


OK, Boys and Girls...here finally is the complete answer to the problem of the waste ink tank counter reset for Canon i250 and i350 printers.

1. Disconnect printer from AC power (take out AC cord or power off your power strip). Disconnect USB PC cable from printer.
2. Press and HOLD the POWER button (untill step 7).
3. Reconnect power cord (turn on power) to the printer.
4. The indicator should be green.
5. Press and release the RESUME button , the indicator should be orange.
6. Press and release the RESUME button again, the indicator should be green.
7. NOW Release POWER buttons.
8. NOW Connect the printer to PC (USB cable).
9. NOW...I opened "Printers" and saw that a "copy" of my printer (i250 or i350) had been made. Make that COPY your default printer and all should work...It did for me.

You May Thank Me NOW!!!!

I must say...I went into the "GUTS" of the beast and cleaned out the PADS (they are actually vacuum pads that the INK is sucked through during a HEAD cleaning) a very messy undertaking.
I'm not sure how much life this will add to your printer.

Good Luck

Aug 23, 2007 | Canon i350 InkJet Printer

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Offline and blinking lights


A couple suggestions. Unplug the usb cable from the pc to the printer, make sure there is no paper jammed in the machine, unplug the machine from the wall and see if you can move the print head left to right freely. If nothing is obstructing it plig the power cord in with out the usb cord plugged in. See if the machine goes to ready. If all of these fail, that means the main board has been damaged by a power surge, and it would be cheaper to replace the machine than repair it. Good luck!

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