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The ink tank is full and the printer is calling for a service engineer.Every time you switch on your printer, or change the ink, the printer cleans the heads by flushing ink through them. This leads to a load of waste ink in the bottom of your printer. In order not to get a messy desk Epson have put a counter on the flushing activity and the E90 error is saying this counter has reached the maximum.You have to reset this counter,to fix this error.

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