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Keep getting paper out error. I put a new roll in, went right back to the same error. Tried a different roll, same thing. Reset printer, prints fine then goes back to paper out error. I checked for paper jams, none. Can you help?

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    suyop live Jun 15, 2008

    same here, even after the windows test page it does the same error.

  • getthechad Mar 04, 2009

    I have three Epson TM-U220 printers and wire was off of all three of the cutters. After I saudered the wire back on... now it gives me a "paper out" error after one print.

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Service for that unit - call the manufacturers tech line and they'll give u service center nfo - it it's still under 2 years - repair will be free of charge

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If cutter issue , the printer will show the error light single blinks...and paper our shows the defective of paper sense switches....

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