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Re: PRINTER STOP PRINTING
Not sure what you mean. If you used OEM cartridges, then you should have no problem. If you refilled them, then you can still print but you will not have access to an ink monitor. In order to print without the ink monitor, you printer will ask you some questions. I'm not sure what they will ask but I think you can just figure that out yourself. The last question I think you say Ok to continue printing regardless of the ink monitor. Good luck.
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Unfortunately, the printer does not actually measure the ink in the carts, but measures how many droplets called for. The carts may actually be full, but the printer now thinks they're empty. Most likely the black ink needs to be "charged" because you've cleaned out the pipe. I don't know what to do to charge it, and you'll likely need new carts.
Does the ink cartridges are new or old? How long did you stop printing? Because if you stop printing for a very long time, the ink dries up and you need a little cleaning for the print head. Remove the ink cartridges and rub the print head into a plain paper with alcohol until ink flows and the run the cleaning maintenance like print alignment or print nozzle.
Unplug printer from power.
Wait a minute. Take all carts out. Plug machine to power. mfc demands
carts. Reinsert carts (have a look if they all filled with ink!!). If
asked press 2 (No change) despite you use a new cart press 1 Yes cart
I would remove the ink carts, reseat the print head then reinstall the ink carts. Try printing again to see if things improve. If it does good. If not try the Kodak online team. 800 421 6699 They will help you get things working correctly.
Epson will not print unless all carts have ink in them to some degree. If the light is on for any reason, printing will be halted.
For future reference, once the color carts have been replaced, you can set the printing defaults to print in either gray scale or BW only. Keep in mind that Epson printers tend to mess up if you don't use the ink at least once a week.
1. Took out the color ink cart and clean the copper contacts of the ink cart with cotton swab, make sure that you do not touch the silver nozzle .
2. Try new ink color ink carts as someime this issue came up when the ink carts are about to finish up.
3. Replace the ink carts and do not us a refill ink.
Try this: Unplug machine from power. Wait 5 min. Open scanner cover and take the carts out of the holder. Close cover. Plug machine to power. Machine will cycle and demands the carts. Use all NEW carts: Insert carts as demanded and answer question shown on display.
Always print until machine STOPPS printing because of EMPTY cart. Change cart then and machine will print the rest of job! Plz, never change carts when it says NEAR EMPTY: This will cause a lot of trouble ;-)
Take all carts out. Close cover. Unplug machine from power. Wait a minute. Plug in machine to power. Machine demands carts. Insert new (!) cart as demanded from machine. In case when asked push 1 for YES: cart changed.
Always print until machine stopps printing. Display says NO INK XY. After replacing the cart machine will print the rest data out of its memory.
NEVER change cart when machine says low ink (This is only a hint to buy a new cart!). At this point the cart has about one third of ink left!