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Epson cx2900 3 in 1 printer

My printer cannot print..i put cis in 3 months...all ink are full i try several cleaning the print head..but no print happen..pls..help me my problem..my printer is 3 months when i buy..thanks.. teng6

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  • kerrimatthew Dec 13, 2007

    will print every color except black.  12 cleaning head cycles.  two new black in cartridges.  any ideas?

  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2008

    Prints only a few words of text .Horizontal alignment: All blocks show identically only 4 black lines of different width. Nozzle check:interrupted lines. Cleaning nozzle action : incomplete.

  • Anonymous Mar 02, 2008

    i used CISS in my epson cx2900 for about 6 months. then, the yellow color stopped being detected. i changed back to genuine ink. no error detected in computer and maintenance programs.



    it mechanically prints like normal, BUT NO INK IS PUT INTO THE PAPER. meaning NO OUTPUT IS PRINTED IN THE PAPER.



    why is this so? any help pls? a million thanks in advance.

  • Anonymous May 12, 2008

    My printer started skipping half lines and eventually stopped printing at all. It prints some black sort of faded in color. I replaced all the ink cartridges...still won't print. I forget how to access cleaning directions.

  • Anonymous Jun 01, 2008

    Printer won't print...I think the inkwells may need to be cleaned and I don't know to do that. The ink is not getting through. I replaced all ink cartridges.

  • scoopsam Aug 08, 2008

    The machine won't print. I tried cleaning the ink wells. Changed all the ink cartridges.

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    now, all the lights are flashing in my epson cx2900 printer. i used SSCSERVE.EXE version 4.30. i clicked on all of the features there.



    i don't know which caused all lights to flash.



    also, my black ink is new, yet it says the black ink is empty.

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My Epson TX110 can't print when it turn to CIS. how to solve this problem?

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If all light flashes and your CX2900 is converted to CIS might as well bring it back to where you bought your CIS. maybe they have the software for resetting the waste ink pad counter.
Note: SSCServe wont work...

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Proably is the waste ink pad saturated and the only solutions is a adjustment program to reset the waste ink counter and it almost impossible to clean the head manually

Posted on Mar 17, 2008

  • Anonymous May 09, 2008

    if all light flash it means a fatal error and proably some problem with the carriage or mainboard

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The problem might be the ink, change the cartridge maybe the ink dried out....

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