Question about Epson Stylus Pro 9800 InkJet Printer
Maintenance request code:
The pump counter is near end of life, replace the cleaner kit ASAP.
This is what 0040 means.
Posted on May 03, 2010
I have Epson Stylus Pro 9880 and the following fix work perfectly without wasting any ink:
THE ERROR IS A CLEANING UNIT END OF LIFE WHICH HAS BEEN FOUND TO NOT BE A NECESSARY REPLACEMENT. YOU CAN RESET IT AND CONTINUE TO USE IT.Step 1 Turn off the Epson printer
Step 2 Press and hold the Down, Right, and Enter (CENTER) buttons and turn on the Printer.
Step 3 Release the Down, Right, and Enter (CENTER) buttons once the screen says "SELF TESTING" .
SELF TESTING /Test
now press up arrow twice to
Press right arrow 2 times for Initialize / All
Press up arrow 1 time for Initialize Cleaner Record
Press the center button 2 times, it will say initialize/ OK?
Turn printer off and then back on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you ring epson, they will charge $456.15, i found this forum that may be of help http://www.minilabhelp.com/forum/Blah.pl?v-print/m-1119948275/
one answer posted is this
Please follow the following instructions precisely?.
1) POWER OFF
2) Hold down the ?Paper Source? button + ?Cut Eject? button + 1 paper feed button (Down arrow)
3) POWER ON, whilst holding the buttons.
4) ?View Counters? should appear on the display, so press ?Paper feed? button down until ?Clear Counters? is displayed.
5) Press ?Select type? button + Paper Feed button + wait until ?Cleaner? is displayed.
6) Press ?ENTER? button TWICE
7) Switch machine OFF
8) Switch machine ON
The error display should then have disappeared, and should read READY
This process can ONLY be followed ONCE before an engineer is required.
Hope this is of help
Posted on Oct 27, 2010
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