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have you tried installing and reinstalling your ink cartridges?, if so their might have been a physical defect on the ink cartridge itself, this may occur if the inks you installed are 3rd party ink cartridges where the handling is not that good
try doing 4 head cleans and then leave the printer powered up over night. Don't print or anything else after the head cleans until the morning then do one more head clean (this soaks the print head in ink overnight and then the final head clean should clear any obstruction. If the printer still refuses to print in colour, you could try replacing the cartridges anyway as they can be faulty. The only problem is thaty sometimes it's cheaper to buy a new priner. (how silly is that!) By the way, are you using compats or epson original ink carts?