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  GENERAL INFO ON EPSON INK JET PRINTERS, ALL MODELS  
TO EPSON INK JET PRINTER OWNERS: If you have a problem with your printer, you might want to take the time to read any REPLIES on other peoples POSTED SUBJECTS. Even if their specific model of Epson printer is different than yours. Most of the time when you read about previously posted questions and replies, it is the same GENERAL INFO that works on most all Epson Ink Jet Style Printers. GENERAL INFO can be applied to most Epson "STYLUS"/"STYLUS PRO"/"STYLUS COLOR"/"STYLUS PHOTO" series printers. You might even want to save [copy if your printer is working] any GENERAL INFO in a file for future reference. If particular info does not fit your problem right now, I can almost guarantee you may run into that problem sometime in the future... I'm employed by an "Epson Authorized Dealer"/"H.P. Authorized Service Provider" and I'm sorry to say, limited legally from providing some information thats available for me to use. Even though I have around 17 or 18 years experience repairing and servicing Office Equipment, I don't know everything. I'm not always right and being human, make mistakes, just like the next person. Even at 53 years old, I'm constantly learning new info/procedures/shortcuts/methods. Sometimes I run into problems that I don't know how to fix. I need to get help just like you, except some of my sources are not available to the general public... When I have the time I will try to help. UNFORTUNATELY FOR YOU, I do tend to go on and on [kind of like now]. I will apologize to those people who are offended/bothered by my USUALLY LONG REPLIES. Most of my advice and help, will usually prove to be valuable to someone, even if it does not always work for the person it was meant for. You may get tired of reading so much of the info that I reply to people's problems about. Not everyone is a trained tech, or even knows about the general cleaning, servicing, testing and upkeep on their printer. So thats why I approach most of my replies as if the person I'm talking to is untrained and that they may need more in-depth instructions and help... I MAINLY WANTED TO LET YOU KNOW THAT I'M NOT TRYING TO BE A KNOW-IT-ALL. I DO MAKE MISTAKES AND MAY OCCASIONALLY GIVE YOU THE WRONG INFO, OR IT MAY NOT BE HELPFUL TO YOU. FOR THAT I AGAIN APOLOGIZE. ALSO KNOW THAT I'M NOT TRYING TO DEFEND EPSON AND HP. I'M JUST TRYING TO HELP YOU WITH YOUR PROBLEMS, WHEN I CAN... Have a good day and good luck on your repairs. Denny Conway
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how do i clean the printer cartrage. my cousin did it and i didnt see how she did it. thank you shelba
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Shelba: I'm guessing that you are referring to the "carriage assembly" that the printhead assembly and ink cartridges travel back and forth on...GENERAL INFORMATION: IF YOU ARE GETTING "GRINDING TYPE NOISES", OR "RATCHETING TYPE NOISES", POSSIBLE "PRINTHEAD ASSEMBLY" SLAMMING OR CRASHING & WHAT APPEARS TO BE MISFEEDING PROBLEMS: I would recommend cleaning and lubing your printers "carriage assy", as this area causes most noise problems and the resulting strange problems. Even if this turned out not to be your problem, this area would probably have needed the cleaning and lubing in the near future anyway. If you look inside your printer and you can see a lot of dust/dirt/hair/lint/etc, its a good chance the noise and or problem is coming from the carriage assyembly...AN EASY AND QUICK TESTS TO CHECK YOUR CARRIAGE ASSY: Take a white rag and carefully rub the front side of the long, round carriage shaft/rod/bar. This is the shaft that passes thru the "print head assy"/"print cartridge holder assy". This shaft is metal, looks like chrome and when not dirty, looks shiney. After you clean off the front of this shaft with a white rag, look at the rag. If it has a blackish/greasy look on it, then the carriage assy is probably dirty and should be cleaned and lubed...I will e-mail you some general information on that area, in case you want to do the cleaning and lubrication...Good Luck! Denny Conway
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I have a c-80 and recently used compatible cartridges. I had to clean the heads before almost every use. Today, I used the printing command and the the paper came out with little or no characters. I have used the utiliy to death with no change. Apparently the ink jets need to be cleaned. If this is correct, how is it done?
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Jim: Just to let you know, I do not work for jettec ink cartrages or even "Epson Company". As an "Epson Authorized Service Dealer", there's only so much information and help that I can legally give. There's of course no way for me to actually know whats wrong with your printer. It's possible that you may even have an actual HARDWARE PROBLEM [parts problem], or possibly the "printhead nozzles" may just be clogged. Unfortunatly, this seems to be a fairly common experience on the "C80" Printer, especially when you are using NON EPSON INKS. If you do a general search on the jettec ink cartrages printer repair site, under Epson C80 Printers, you can read about other peoples experiences and advise. You may want to actually try a "Printhead Cleaning Kit" and see if it will help. If you were using generic or third party ink cartridges [NON-EPSON INK CARTRIDGES] then its even worse on the printhead assemblies and they may have already been damaged by using the wrong ink. Its possible that you may not actually be able get the printhead assembly to open up and work again. A "printhead cleaning kit" is available through the home page on jettec ink cartrages and its around $10.00 plus shipping. I'm told that it includes a syringe and some Epson Printhead Cleaning Solution. If it does not work, then its generally time to replace the printer, because the printheads are around $120.00 to $130.00, just for the part. Although the kit IS NOT designed for the "C" series printers [such as the C80 or C60] or the NEWER SERIES of Epson Ink Jet Style Printers, the fluid and syringe can still be used in the same way. The main difference is the instructions for the FELT PAD/CAP ASSEMBLY. The "C80/C82" series and newer "C" series printers, use a different stlye "cap assembly" that does not use a felt pad, so you have to ignore that portion of the instructions. The tiny "nozzles" inside the printhead assembly can be easily damaged if you actually try to force the fluids thru them. The correct method is to use the syringe to add the fluid into the nozzle and then leave the fluids set inside the nozzle for a couple of days, to try and dissolve a possible clog. Sometimes you might even have to use the fluids several times to be able to dissolve a possible bad clog in the printhead assembly. Sometimes the clog will never dissolve, or actually damages the nozzles. Again, if the cleaning fluids don't help, then its generally time to invest in a new printer...Good Luck! Denny Conway
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If the printheads cost so much how and why do they sell the printers so cheap just to get you to buy the ink???
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Stuffed Bunny: Just to let you know, I do not work for jettec ink cartrages or even "Epson Company". I do work for an "Epson Authorized Service Dealer", who is also an "HP Authorized Service Provider". Of course every manufactor wants you to only use their ink cartridges in their printers. Its no secret that manufactors make more money selling ink cartridges then they do selling those inexpensive ink jet printers. Almost all manufactors are mass producing those inexpensive ink jet printers[cheep to make = cheep to sell], because we [the public] are buying them by the thousands. Because one company sells thousands of cheeply made and cheeply sold ink jet printers, the next company wants to sell thousands as well, so they mass produce and sell them as well. Unfortunatly, almost anything that is mass produced and sold cheeply, is really not the quality of the printers that were made just a few years ago. Of course the printers were more expensive a few years ago, but generally they lasted longer. The inexpensive printers [generally under $100] are more or less thought of as disposable in the printer industry. In the case of Epson's Ink Jet Printers, they use a completely different printhead inking system than most other brands of printers and those printheads are designed to last the life of the printer, or so they say. Those printheads are one of the reasons that the Epson Printers make such quality color prints. Printer manufacters do not make available their ink formulation and in most cases, the formulation is patented. Any difference in the ink formulation can clog the small printhead nozzles or damage other critical components. Correct Epson ink formulation is VITAL and any difference in the ink formulation can clog the small printhead nozzles or damage other critical components. No matter what anyone says, all blacks or colors are not the same and any Non-Epson Ink or Ink Cartridges will normally cause problems, sooner or later. Epson has many different formulas of just its black ink, for all the different models of ink jet style printers, let alone the colored inks. Most of the problems people have are caused by something they did, or did not do and are not always the printers fault...SOME EXAMPLES: Refilling your own cartridges [wrong ink]; having old cartridges refilled [wrong ink]; buying Refilled Ink Cartridges, Third Party Ink Cartridges or Generic Ink Cartridges [wrong ink]; removing and reinstalling the same ink cartridge [especially on the older models can cause clogging & other problems]; leaving an ink cartridge out of your printer for more than a short time [can cause clogging]; not using your printer for more than a month [can cause clogging]; only using your black ink regularly, but not using your color ink for more than a month [can cause clogging in the color nozzles]; even not using the printers ON/OFF Switch to turn off your printer [using the off/on switch on your "Surge Protector/Power Strip"] can actually cause damage to the printhead assembly...As you can see, lots of reasons for possible problems in ink jet printers, but remember, in an Epson Ink Jet Printer, the correct Epson Ink is really vital...Denny Conway
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My household has 5 computers and 8 printers,i am a photography nut and will take about 75-100 photos a week sometimes more as i supplement my income by selling and doing restoration and custom prints.I had always used HP but didnot get the quality i was wanting went to a epson stylus photo 825 to reason of 'built in permenant printhead'and 6 color ink as well as picoliter droplets,was a happy clam with the results.O the 2 lexmarks,1 apple(canon)and 3 HP,all i have refilled the carts so on the 825 i obtained a Chip Resetter and continued the ritual and have not had any problems at all(the 825 is 8-9 monthe old and will run 30-50 8.5 X 11 prints a week)i 3 months ago bought a Epson 925 and have never ever used anything but pure fresh(as far as I know) Epson carts because i used it for only the very best photos,and belive it or not it was used not daily but 3-4 times a weekor more,producing 20-30 printson specilaity papers.and it was placed in park and powered off,last week it clogged and died in pain of clogged heads(Epson ink).The 925 is now in the discontinued market,and it was not a cheap(notice spelling)throw away printer i agree they are made and it is cheaper to replace the printer than the ink,but you get the cheaper print quailty to go with that also.I paid almost $300.00 for the 925 and was considering a Epson 2200 for the increased format of 13" over 8.5"...this has caused me to reconside that purchase,and the B.S. from EPSON support being the other...I really wonder if when the FTC made it clear that refilling your own ink carts could not void warrenties that the big threewent to work either making a inkconditioner or addative for their carts that consumers did not have or know about or were able to use...Canon is looking real good,and worse case i can replace my own print heads...
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Stuffed Bunny: Don't get me wrong, I don't care what kind of ink you use in your printer. I only report what I see and what I read about. You can do a search on this printer Repair Site and read about all the problems people have that use Non-Epson Inks and Ink cartridges in their Epson Printers. You can also read how some people have no problems at all, except that they are posting messages on this Printer Repair Site for one reason or another...By the way a Printer Technician that I have known for about 15 years or so, works for the largest "Authorized Cannon Dealer" in Northern Calif. He personally told me that the Cannon Dealer that he works on, no longer will work on their own Cannon Bubble Jet Printers anymore, because they arenot economical to work on and other reasons that I cannot mention. In the end, its what you like, what you want and what you trust. I'm glad that you have reconsidered [notice spelling: "this has caused me to reconside that purchase"] your purchase and wish you well on your next PRINTER...TECH NOTE: I KNOW THAT MY SPELLING, PUCTUATION AND GRAMMER IS NOT REALLY THAT GOOD, BUT DID YOU EVEN PROOF READ YOUR REPLY??? OK, I GUESS WE ARE BOTH ONLY HUMAN AND NOBODY IS PERFECT AFTER ALL...Denny Conway
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i thank you for your help and met no 'flames ' of any kind but if you were to use a different name you could really give som good help to people with real problems...
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Hello Denny

I have this Epson C70 printer and it just says
all ink tanks are empty, but they are not. Printer´s red light is also on. It´s no help cleaning the ink tanks contacts. Any good ideas??

Marko
  Re: GENERAL INFO ON EPSON INK JET PRINTERS, ALL MODELS  
Marko: I'm sorry, but I probably can't really help you that much. Its possible that you might even have a Hardware Problem [parts problem], there's just no way for me to really know. Because of the relativly inexpensive nature of the smaller ink jet printers, I seldom see one in my shop for repairs. In your case I don't even have a listing for a "C70" Epson Printer, but its possible that it was a specially made printer for overseas sales only. On a "C60" model, a solid red Error light [with power light off] stands for a FATAL ERROR/GENERAL ERROR. It can be caused by a "Carriage Assembly" problem, a "Paper Feed Motor" problem, a "Main Board Assembly" failure, or even a "Frame" problem. On a "C80" model, that same error condition can stand for an "Ink Out Condition", a "Cartridge Out Condition", a "Chip" communication error, a "Chip" corrupted data error, or even a refilled cartridge error...If you happen to be using Refilled Cartridges or Non-Epson Ink Cartridges [Third-Party or Generic Cartridges] in your Epson Printer, that could be causing your problems. No matter what anyone says, all blacks and colors are not the same. Thats why all companies patient the formulas for their inks. Generally if you are using non Epson Ink Cartridges, you are using the wrong ink for your printer and sooner or later you will usually have problems of some type, almost everyone does. The newer models of Epson Printers seem to have more problems recognizing the Non-Epson Ink Cartridges, because of the electrical chips mounted on those cartridges. Sometimes you will even get a message up on your monitor that says a wrong cartridge was installed...If you are actually using Epson Cartridges, then I really don't know what your problem might be other than an actual part failure or bad cartridges...Good Luck! Denny Conway
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NEWS FLASH Ford today announced that if you put anything other than exxon gasoline in a ford vehicle it will not void the warrenty but it will cause the engine to seize and that is not a covered item on your warrenty....
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Help.
My 2200 print head tore off a corner of Epson Lustre Paper and the paper is stuck somewhere under the print head. Its dragging and smearing ink across the paper. How do I get that darned piece of paper out from under there?
Appreciatingly,
Walt Seng
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Walt: You might try the folded, wet paper towel method, thats discussed on the "Epson Print Head Cleaning Instruction" web-site, located at and see if that helps...Good Luck! Denny Conway
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Hello Denny

YOu have really helped me in the past with your 'general info' sheets and I wanted to ask for assistance again.

I have an Epson 1280 that won't feed correctly. I have to manually force feed the paper so that rollers catch it. I am affraid I may be damaging the printing by doing this. This began to happen after feeding a rather heavy weight injet paper thru the machine.

Is there a means by which I can adjust/fix the rear paper catch/rollers? Are they just dirty?

Also do you have any advice for storing a 1280 for a period of 6 months to a year without much use. What steps need to be taken to ensure that once it comes out of storage that it will run smoothly again? Should I periodically run the print head cleaning utility?

Thanks again!!!

Joe
  Re: GENERAL INFO ON EPSON INK JET PRINTERS, ALL MODELS  
Joe: I'm sorry, but I know of no actual adjustment for the Paper Feed Assembly, but you would probably need an actual Service Manual for reference on disasembly, troubleshooting and servicing of that paper feed assembly. There is a free download of an "Epson Stylus Photo 870/1270 Service Manual", from jettec ink cartriges, at jettec ink cartrages , that you may be able to use as a possible guide in troubleshooting your printers paper feed problem, because its simular to your "1280" model. Or, you can try and locate an actual Service Manual, to buy and download for your actual "1280" model, if needed. I have not checked, but you can normally find Service Manuals for most printers, from 2manuals.com, at Epson RX500 - R300 - R320 - R340 - R200 - R220 - RX600 - RX620 - RX625 Jettec compatible inkjet cartridges (most Service Manuals can usually be downloaded for around $10 +/- )...Once you get into where the actual Paper Feed Roller is located, you might want to try cleaning the Pick-Up/Feed-In Roller or Rollers with a "Rubber Roller Cleaner/Rubber Rejuvinator" and see if that helps. Sometimes simply cleaning and treating that rubber roller or rollers will make all the difference on paper feeding problems. Some of the best Rubber Roller Rejuvenator that I have ever used, is available in a can: Price = $10, plus shipping, from jettec ink cartrages, at jettec ink cartrages Luck! Denny Conway
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thanks again Denny! I will definitely look into the manual and cleaning solution.

Any advice about storing the printer for a year or more so that the print heads won't dry out, etc.?

I assume I should just wrap it up to keep out the dust and then periodically run the cleaning cycle.

Thanks JOe
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Joe: Lets try that last reply again, as apparently, something went wrong...Epson Printers need to be used often, to keep the ink inside the tiny Printhead Nozzles, from drying out and causing clogs. On the older ink jet printers, that would usually mean that you should run the Nozzle Test at least once every few weeks, or so and more often if you are using the wrong formulation of ink in your printer [Non-Epson Ink Cartridges]. On the newer models of printers, people have been saying that you need to run the printer even more often then that, if not being used. They suggest once a week, but that info does not actually come from Epson Company, but rather from other Epson owners and users. At any rate, storing your printer for a year or more is usually going to be risky. The best bet would be to use the actual "Epson Printhead Cleaning Solution" to clean-out & flush-out the old ink residue and then simply install cleaning cartridges into your printer. That way there would be no actual ink to dry out and cause clogging problems and the fluid in those cleaning cartridges would protect those nozzles. You could still run a nozzle test once a month or so, with those cleaning cartridges installed, just to keep those printhead nozzles from drying out and to keep them open & clean. Then when its actually time to use the printer again, simply install brand new Epson Ink cartridges and run a few "Printhead Cleaning Cycles" & "Nozzle Tests". You will want to run the test copies, until the cleaning cartridge solution is actually flushed out and regular ink starts to flow again...Denny Conway
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I keep getting this message that there is a foreign object in the printer when there is nothing in there at all--not even paper. It makes this grinding kind of noise and freezes up--what is happening? Any help would be appreciated. Thx.
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Ann: I'm assuming that you have an Epson Printer, because you posted your message on a "General Info On Epson Ink Jet Printers, All models", message board. However, it would help to actually know just what model of Epson Printer that you have. With a grinding type of noise, I can only suggest that you try cleaning & lubing your printers Carriage Assembly, because thats the most common cause of grinding or ratcheting type noises. Although it's possible your printer has an electronic or mechanical failure, the most common problem is that the "Carriage Assembly" is simply DIRTY and or DRY, causing it to stick and make noises. That usually results in the printer loosing track of just where the "Print Cartridge Holder Assembly" is actually at and that can cause the error light/led to come on. Sometimes when the printer looses track of where that assembly is at, it then keeps telling that assembly to keep moving and can even cause it to slam into the end of the printer. Try wiping off all around the round metal carriage bar or shaft [that the print cartridge holder assembly moves back-n-forth on], with a lint free cloth. Also clean the outside of the metal bushings with q-tips, that the carriage bar passes thru, on both sides of the print cartridge holder assembly. You can also use alcohol on the cloth, if there is a lot of build-up on the carriage shaft/bar. Then lube the metal bar on both sides of the holder assembly, slightly with a precision oiler, not a spray lubrication, or the appropriate grease thats used on some of the newer models [Epson C40UX, C62]. A drop or two of a Teflon based lubrication or Tri-Flo lube is best on the older models of most printers. Manually slide the holder assembly back and forth to spread out the lubrication and wipe of any excess lube or blackish build-up that appears on the bar. You can check out this link, supplied by WES, to see different lubrications: Epson C62 - C62 plus - C62sx - C62ux - CX3200 JetTec 30% extra compatible cartridges and also this link provided by WES, Epson Ink euroink Bottled Bulk Inkjet Ink for Epson inkjet Printers , to see some general information on "Carriage Guide Shaft Maintenance"...Good Luck! Denny Conway
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Ann: Also be sure and let us know, if you have recently had to forcefully yank out any bad paper jams, especially towards the rear of the printer, in a backwards direction...JUST IN CASE THAT MAY HAVE HAPPENED: There is a common problem when you get a constant jam condition, or paper won't feed in correctly after a bad jam was removed, or even when the printer or your computer thinks that the paper has not been correctly loaded. If you did recently remove a bad paper jam, that you had to forcefully yank out of your printer, then its possible that a part was unhooked/unseated, or even damaged. When paper is pulled to the rear/backwards with force, it usually unseats the arm on the "Paper Jam Sensor Assy", resulting in a constant jam condition. Normally, as paper passes thru the printer, it causes a black plastic arm [with a spring attached] to be pushed forward out of the "Paper Jam Sensor". As the trail edge of the paper leaves the plastic arm, the spring causes the plastic arm to be pulled back into its normal position [into that sensor assembly]. When the arm does not correctly return, the sensor is not activated and the printer thinks there is a paper jam [even though you can not see any paper in the paper path], or does not correctly feed-in the paper, because the sensor is not correctly actuated. Of course I have no way to really know whats wrong with your printer, or even if this is your problem but you have to start some place and I've seen this happen many times. Because of the disassembly and troubleshooting involved, you will find it easier to do with a Service Manual for reference. You have to realize that your printer does not actually have the ability to see any paper in your printer. It depends on electrical signals transmitted thru sensors, to determine if there is a jam or if the paper is out. Usually what happens is that the plastic arm is unhooked at its pivot points, or sometimes actually broken/damaged and cannot return back into the paper sensor. You would have to remove the printers "Top Cover" to be able to shine a flashlight in to possibly see the arm of the paper jam sensor. Again, even removing that Top Cover may require a Service Manual to use for reference and probably even for troubleshooting your possible problem. If you can get the "Top Cover" off: Most of the time you will have to carefully, partially remove the plastic "Paper Holder Assy" in the rear of the printer [usually 2 screws], far enough to be able to fully see and hopefully be able to reinstall the arm assy into its pivot points/holder assy [providing that is your problem, of course]...TECH NOTE: You will need to turn the printer around to disassemble and partially remove the paper holder assembly...WATCHING NOW FROM THE REAR SIDE: Closely observe how the "paper holder assy" comes out/slides out, esp on the left side. The right side is normally just held in by a screw, but the left side [also held in by one screw] is also positioned under and slightly into the paper feed clutch/motor assy. You usually don't need to fully remove the left end of the paper holder assy to be able to see and reconnect the sensor's arm and spring. You do need to be able to reinstall the left end back under/into that clutch assy, or paper won't feed-in correctly. Go slow and LOOK AT EVERYTHING CLOSELY. Check every thing/every step VERY CLOSELY, so you can put it back together again correctly. If the sensor's arm was not broken, or damaged [and its normally just unhooked] you can just try to correctly reinstall it back into its normal position. Once the sensor's arm is correctly positioned, then slowly and carefully reassemble everything, except leave the "Top Cover" off for testing. TECH NOTE: On some Epson models, when you remove the top cover, there is a "Ribbon Cable" [electrical cable] plugged into the top cover itself. If you are not careful, you may find that you have to replug that Ribbon Cable back into its connector on the top cover, for testing purposes. Plug-in and turn-on the printer, but don't load any paper yet. If no immediate jam indicator comes on [once the printer is turned back on], it usually indicates the sensor assy is working normally now. Now load paper as normal [with the top cover still off] and if no "Error Lights/LED's" come on, push the paper/resume button to feed in paper part way [as normal]. Push the same button a second time to finish feeding the paper thru the printer. If successfull, run the same test several times, just to be sure. If the paper does not feed in, you'll probably have to start over on the disassembly of the "paper holder assy" and try to see what went wrong while you performed the reassembly/reinstallation of that assembly. Of course, if that sensor arm was not your problem, once the Top Cover is off, you may be able to actually see the possible problem. You may still need to try and locate an actual Service Manual on-line, to buy and download for reference in disassembly, troubleshooting and servicing. As you are already using this jettec ink cartrages Printer Repair site, why not first check with them and see if they offer a manual for your particular printer, that might be of use to you. You can see whats available by clicking on the following link: jettec ink cartrages ...IN CASE THEY DO NOT HAVE THE MANUAL THAT YOU NEED: I have not checked, but you can normally find Service Manuals for most printers, from 2manuals.com, at Inkjet Cartridge clearance Bargains UK (most Service Manuals can usually be downloaded for around $10 +/- ). If that source is not available, then I would recommend that you go to the "INKJET DIRECT" web-site, at Discount Inkjet Printer Ink Cartridges for HP Epson Lexmark Canon printers - cheap inkjet cartridge discount ink refill kits printer ink jet cartridges compatible copier toners and remanufactured laser toner cartridges and check with them directly, to see if they have a Service Manual available yet for your printer. Several people have posted that they have manuals available for the newer printers, that are not actually available from other normal sources...Again, Good Luck! Denny Conway


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