Question about Epson CX3810 Stylus Color All-In-One Printer
My CX3810 started doing the very same thing. To solve the problem, I un-plugged the printer, turned it upside-down (while holding the scan-bed cover closed) and shook the printer vigorously for a few seconds. Lo and behold, a small, white finishing nail, a peanut and a ball of fluff fell out of the slot where the paper loads. I sat it down, plugged it back in.... works flawlessly again. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
Change the printer roller your problem will solves u have to with a professional printer repair
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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