Question about Epson Stylus R380 InkJet Photo Printer
Well Rene its a sort of con trick by epson to make money from service. Get the ink tanks to pop out to the centre ( 0on startup of the run and take a torch and look back at the home base of the cassettes you should see a black square that is a sponge. carefully pick this up with tweezers or somthing that wont damage it.
Use blotting or kitchen paper and press the sponge in it to remove excess ink. wile the tray out and replace the sponge. Sometimes a small amount of like warm water and a few drops of bleach will dissolve the ink on the sponge.
Replace the sponge carefully ensuring it sits flat. repower the machine and it should now work OK You have just saved yourself $120 dollar service fee
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Posted on May 08, 2010
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