Question about Epson Stylus Pro 7000 InkJet Printer
You have to clean the "parking" area of the head carriage. There is a rubber "wiper blade" that often collects paper particles soaked with ink, and also a rectangular rubber "seal" where the heads rest when parked.
To get there, you must make the head carriage move out to the left (various ways; force paper cutting for example) and turn the printer off at that moment. Then open the lid, and aided with a flashlight, identify the areas I wrote about. Then reach there with a low-lint cloth / paper towel and wipe them clean, removing any residue. It's awkward, but doable :)
Then you can clean the underside of the carriage, turn the printer on, and it should be fine.
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Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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