Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
My first thought is that the ink gelled in the nozzles. How long were the cartridges out while you cleaned the unit? Try wiping the contacts of the printer cartridge and carrier with a damp cloth (lint-free). If that doesn't work, a syringe without a needle with a short piece of tubing (sized to fit the syringe opening) can sometimes be used to vacuum out the clogs. Just put the end of the tubing against the nozzle opening(s) and pull back on the plunger.
If that doesn't work, try brand new Epson cartridges (not remanufactured).
I hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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