Re: lost manual for cx4800- how do you clean heads-...
If you have a printer icon in the quick-start portion of the task bar (lower left corner of the screen), Mose over it and see if it's for the Epson 4800; if so, right click the icon and you'll see the maintennce services listed
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ok..first you will need to print the nozzle check and see if all the color are printed out fine.. this feature is under the printer properties , under the utility tab.... assuming all your colors nozzle are printed fine..then the next thing for you to do is do the Print Head Alignment.. it's under the same place where you print the nozzle check.. when you press the Print Head Alignment, it will print a page out with many lines.. choose the one with the best alignment.. once u done that..try printing the image again.. oh..if your nozzle check print out is not good.. then you will need to perform head cleaning to clear the clogged head..
Hello, to clean click on start, then click on printer & faxes, then double click the icon Epson CX4800, until it opens. You will see the printing que. Click on printing preferences then select the maintenance tab.
See below., and hope it helps.
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Here's a link to/for a free downloadable service manual (in pdf format), which contains disassembly information for the EPSON Stylus CX4100/CX4200/CX4700/CX4800/DX4200/DX4800/DX4850: http://www.opweb.de/model.php?id=4029. I've already downloaded it (today, 7/10/2012), and have been perusing the disassembly instructions which I also need and which appear to be quite explanatory.
Please remove the cartridges from the printer. Take a dry lint free paper towel and gently wipe the contacts on the back of the cartridge (not the bottom from where ink is present). Wipe the contacts inside the printer (on cartridge carrier). Please snap the cartridges back into the cartridge carrier and please try to print a printer self test.