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Printer My printer has new ink cartridges. I have tried the nozzle check and head cleanining. I have tried everything my quick guide has suggested. When I try to copy or print, I get a blank sheet. Hope you can help me. Thank you Darlene

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  • Gammm Dec 11, 2007

    Printer is producing blank pages when printing or copying. Tried head cleaning several times...still blank pages. Any suggestions?? Epson CX 6600 All in One. Thank you!

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Hey Cinders! It sounds like you have clogged plumbing. The pipes to the waste ink tank can get clogged as can the wick (the bit that sticks up in the ink cartridge) Get in touch with the good people at http://www.TheServiceManualShop.com and ask them for information on the CX loss of ink rescue kit.

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