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Epson D88 lights flashing

I have an Epson D88. Both the ink and paer lights are flashing and the power button is nor illuminated although it is switched on. So it will not work?
Thank you jane

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  • louisebuffy Feb 27, 2008

    Hi

    Its over 12 months old

    Thank you jane

  • InkJock Apr 30, 2008

    What started off as poor quality prints is now a won't print at all problem. The lights flash but nothing else happens. I get the message that there is a foreign body in the printer but try as i might, nothing is to be found!

  • Anonymous Jun 29, 2008

    Epson D88 lights flashing problem, and notify you when a new solution is offered.

  • prpadley Sep 08, 2008

    paper and ink light flashes says ready for service only six months old but used a very lot, any way to turn this off and continue just prior to turning itself off working like a dream

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Jane, contact Epson directly - if you printer is under 12 months they mat replace it

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