20 Most Recent Epson Stylus Pro 4800 InkJet Printer Questions & Answers

i have messag(service req 0001001e)

Epson Stylus Pro... | Answered on Mar 23, 2019

Epson is pretty cautious with their proprietary materials.

Epson Stylus Pro... | Answered on Jul 22, 2017


Here are 7 step to do:

  1. Unload all paper (Sheet and Roll). Make sure is no paper loading.
  2. Turn off the printer.
  3. Hold 3 button => Pause + Down Arrow + Menu and Turn On.
  4. Release 3 button when you see " Seft Testing 2 " on LCD.
  5. Push down go to " Clear Counter " and Press Enter (Menu Button)
  6. Push down go to " CR Motor " and Press Enter (Menu Button) mean "EXEC". Do it Twice.
  7. Turn OFF the printer and Turn ON.
The Reset is DONE.

Good Luck.
Peter Nguyen at Montreal

Epson Stylus Pro... | Answered on Apr 06, 2015

hi you just open the cover then gendly move the head towards to the right then close the cover lift the the paper lever all the way then turn off the printer Then turn the printer on wait until the vaccum start put the paper lever dawn try it good luck

Epson Stylus Pro... | Answered on Jul 14, 2014

When you put the printhead back into the machine, did you seat the dampers correctly?

Epson Stylus Pro... | Answered on Jun 04, 2014

Error code 00010030 signifies that there is some failure with the Multi Sensor. The Multi Sensor is located on the Printhead Carriage, and consists of a blue light, and the sensor itself. If you look at the Printhead Carriage, you'll notice a graphic of a pair of scissors on the side. Right below that is where the sensor is located. Dust, debris, and excess ink may have accumulated over the sensor, causing it to give a false error code. Clean it, and if that doesn't work, replace the sensor.

Epson Stylus Pro... | Answered on May 08, 2014

Get a new cartridge.

Epson Stylus Pro... | Answered on Mar 20, 2014

Just fixed this today. Ink from head cleaning is dripping down on the idler gear that runs the exit rollers. The ink gets thicker as it dries and makes the idler gear (attached to a swing arm) to not sweep up into position. The sensor on the left does not trigger, causing the error. Follow the epson_4000_field_repair.pdf to remove right cover, push down on green head release button to move printhead to left. Remove one screw that holds recovery funnel (left square plastic). Have fun cleaning partially dried overflowed ink in gear area. I removed the E-clip and removed the idler arm to clean completely. If adventurous, remove 4 screws holding print capping mechanism (way down) with a long driver and move slightly to the right to allow the two larger nylon gears to be removed. Clean all you can including the funnel and reassemble. Be sure to open up the drip slot from the maintenance tank side so the problem does not repeat

Epson Stylus Pro... | Answered on Dec 13, 2013

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