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Printer service I have an EPSON STYLUS R300, it can printer. It tells me Service required. Parts inside your printer is out of service life. how will i know this parts

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    My computer (Epson R300)comes up with the same "service required" message, but it still allows me to print, but warns me that I can print another 64 sheets; I have a continuous ink system attached. I have drained the waste ink sumps, and re-installed all the cartridges, and generally cleaned up the inside,rollers and all. The machine still prints perfectly.

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Have already taken it for servicing and its now working.

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Service required


This error occurs when your printer thinks the ink absorber in the bottom of your printer is saturated with ink. It can be reset pretty easily with a free utility.

I have written a short article and made a video guide on this very message. they can be found here: http://www.refreshcartridges.co.uk/igloo/clearing-parts-inside-the-printer-have-reached-the-end-of-their-service-life-on-epson-printers/

Hope this helps.

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Service required, parts in side your printer are at the end of their service life


printes parts have estimated life. like any roller can roll upto 10,000 times ( this is an example). so u need to contact authorise service person of epson to know how many parts are end of life.

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Error Service required


Epson programmed their printer to monitor the waste ink counter andyour printer has reached the maximum value allowed, you have to resetyour printer to clear the waste ink counter.

You may read the information regarding "end of life" and "waste ink counter" here: http://www.epson.com/cgi-bin/Store/support/InkPadsForm.jsp

To reset the counter, download re-setter program here, install and follow the instruction in the web site.

Good luck and thank you for using FixYa.

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Epson Stylus Photo R300 has error message, "Service required. Parts inside your printer are at the end of their service life. See your Printers documentation for details" Can't find correct document. One...


You actually need to change the ink absorber.

Heres a video on how its done on the R800.

Please refer to your manual for proper localization of the ink absorber.

Doing this will get you to move on

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sir,whenever i on the printer the light blow i hear roller moving sound but it won't print out

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