Question about Epson Stylus Pro 4800 InkJet Printer
The printer goes through all of the process and loads the paper, appears to be loaded properly, under the print head, and then I get an error message that tells me the paper isn't loaded correctly. And requires me to open the top, release the paper and pull it out. This only seems to happen with 13 x 19" sheets.
any suggestions would be helpful.
If it's an older machine, try cleaning the Multi-sensor (next to the printhead with the scissors icon on it).
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
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