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Epson C88 printer only prints blank pages

Hi I just got in a used epson c88 printer and it did a test print before it was shipped to me. Now it will only print blank pages. I've tried cleaning numerous times without any success.

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See my post about about underhead cleaning. If that makes no difference you will need the countermeasure for the split cap tube. The document about loss of ink on CX series machines is also applicable to C88

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