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PRINTING I WANT TO BLOW UP AN OLD PHOTO

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First find a scanner and scan the document at a high resolution. Then get a program like photoshop and scale up the image size.

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How do i need to purge the ink lines on an epson 3880


Purging Procedure - If you have just installed a new archival or Quadtone cartridge you must purge the Epson print head of all of the old, non-archival, ink before you can begin to print with the full archival effect. The print heads in the Epson 200/400/440/500/600/640/740/800/850/860/900/1160/1520/Photo/Photo 700/Photo EX/Photo 750/Photo 1200 printers hold about 3 to 5 pages worth of ink. Always run a Nozzle check before printing. Even if you get a perfect nozzle check on your first try after putting in a new cartridge, run at least one or two head cleaning cycles. This will prevent any excess ink from over filling the print head. After the cleaning cycles, use the purging test patterns below to purge your system of the old ink. After printing about 5 (8.5x11) pages of this pattern, 98% of the old ink will be gone. The rest will come out slowly and may take as many as 20 or more pages, but at the 98% point you will see good results. If you have an Epson 3000, 5000 or 9000. See below
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Hello,I haven't been able to use my printer for some time and the ink heads are blocked,can you help please?


To clean the cartridge via the operator panel, follow the steps below:
  1. Press the Menu button once. The Photo Menu will appear.
  2. Press the down arrow until Clean Cartridge (Press SELECT) appears.
  3. Press Select to begin the cleaning process.
  4. When the page has finished printing, press Stop/Clear to exit the Photo Menu.
However, if you have made several tries already yet cartridges are still not printing properly, it may be time for you to replace those old cartridges with new ones.
Source: How to Clean the Cartridge on a Lexmark P315 Photo Jetprinter

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April 2010 - The colours started printing strange and I bought a brand new print head and installed it. Only takes a minute. Still had an issue with photo printing. Black and white was excellent but colours weren't true.

Found advice online to try cleaning the print head to print head carrier electrical contacts by rubbing them with a rubber eraser.

I did that and now I'm getting perfect colour photo prints again.

I had been thinking about buying a new A3+ printer but this is old printer is now working as good as new.

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I am printing blank pages, I have no errors and plenty of ink.


Try this clean the head of the printer, through the menus on the servicing the printer. If that doesn't work take a compress air can, and becareful of not get the liquid stuff into the printer, by holding it straight blow it into the printer. It could be as simple as paper dust or dust on the head itself.

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Only printing colors


First thing to do is change the cable, and uninstall/reinstall the
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Do NOT omit step 4 or you will end up reinstalling the old drivers.
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Cari (MS-MVP) Printing & Imaging
www.coribright.com/windows

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well..that means you wish to enlarge it , right? you'll need to use the scanner, save the image, then enlarge it with Photoshop or something along those lines..

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Hi JOBOS
I want to use my P10 as a stand-alone printer with my PC, not my camera. Are you doing this? How??

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