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Farvy my epsonstylus c70 does not take any jop from computer the ink indicator is on even when i change the ink!

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Have you tried cleaning the printhead! Sometimes when you change ink cartridges, ink still remains in the printhead and dries out! Is should be under the maintenance tab in the printing preferences of the printer! When you change the ink do you change all of em? Cause one of em could be defective! Also try powering down th printer(plugging it out entirely) for like a minute then plugging it back up! also check out this site, this utility can come in very handy! http://www.ssclg.com/epsone.shtml let me know how this works out! regards, babb

Posted on May 04, 2007

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