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I had an epson radio once AM it was a great vacuum tube set.
I had an Epson Dot matrix it also was great.
I figure the name sold when I bought a color epson printer.
It was good until I left it sit.
It cloged up from not being used often enough.
\I bought new ink dispensers since the heads are part of the machine and not set as a cartridge head...
I ripd it all down and tried cleaning and clearing it. I finally bought a new printer and it sits and it is reliable even if I do not use it that often HP...a little over 7 yrs old
try this one link below, or else you need to replace printer head assembly. http://downloadaccess.net/search.php?PID=851f9112-c11b-4e76-ba40-c351bd1419f5&q=free%20download%20epson%20tx110%20resetter%20software
just open the cover .when you open the cover cartridge will come to center just pull all the cartridges one by one don’t make pressure too hard it will come easily if you put more pressure and try to removing it and it is not come out then don’t do it may be you doing wrong . let it be and take help from some one who using printer and know how to fix the cartridges. Have a nice day and do not forget to rate please...!
Removal and replacement is pretty straightforward but I know how some instructions and pictures are not clear. So this is what you need to do. Power off the printer and lift the lid up so that you can see the ink cartridges. You can put your fingers on them and move the ink cartridge carrier to the center so that you can reach them easily. If you will look at your new ink cartridge you can see how they have to set in the carriage. There is a small tab that you click up to release and bring the old ink cartridge up enough where you just pick up out of there. By looking at your old one you will see how the new one just falls into place and clicks in. Some printers do not have a small tab that you click up and for those you just grab the ink cartridge from both sides with your fingers and pull up. It will come right out and the new one will click into place as well. Be sure to take off any stickers that protect the ink cartridge before you place them in.
1. Make sure the printer is on and open the printer cover
2. Make sure the printer is paused and the output tray at the front of the printer is lowered
3. Hold down the cleaning button for three seconds until the print head
moves slightly to the cartridge replacement position, and the power
light flashes when the print head is in position. Do not move the print
head by hand, it will be damaged
4. Lift up the clamp that holds the cartridge you want to replace as far as it will go.
5. The cartridge will rise partly out of the cartridge holder. For
black ink replacement, lift up only the smaller clamp on the left.
6. Lift the cartridge out of the printer and dispose of it properly.
7. Remove the cartridge from its protecting bag. Remove only the yellow
tape seal from the cartridge. The yellow tape seal must be removed.
Leaving the tape on when you install the cartridge will permanently
damage it. Do not remove the tape seal from the bottom of the
cartridge.Otherwise ink will leak.
8. Lower the ink cartridge into the cartridge holder with the label on
the cartridge face up and the arrow on the cartridge pointing to the
rear of the printer.
9. Press the ink cartridge clamp down until it locks in place. Do not press the cartridge itself.
10. Press the cleaning button. The printer moves the print head and
begins charging the ink delivery system. This process may take a few
minutes to complete. The power light continues to flash while the
printer performs the ink charging operation.
11. Never turn off the printer while this light is flashing. Doing so
can result in incomplete charging of ink. Even if you do not press the
cleaning button, the printer moves the print head and begins the ink
charging process about 60 seconds after you replace the ink cartridge.
12. When the ink charging procedure is finished, close the printer cover.
Try removing all of the ink cartridges again. Open the cover and remove all of the inks. Close the cover and turn the printer off. Leave it off for about 30 to 45 secs. Turn it back on. Install again the ink cartridges. Check if it will charge after closing the cover.
If it still says that ink need replacement, check your lcd panel. Usually it will tell you what ink cartridge needs replacement. This might be a faulty ink cartridge.
press 'Control' + 'P' on a page (as tho you want to print)
there you'll find various options to clean heads etc, that should do it. tho it does deplete your inks considerably each attempt. & you'll probably find it needs more than one clean.Good luck!
There is no solution, I have tried this myself, there are compatible inks for this product, you just got the wrong ones, However it may only be down to one of the inks, check the ink levels before removing, if all empty, then they are not compatible.