| Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2004 21:58:33 +0100
| From: "Steven Kenny" <arbadruada at eircom.net>
| The company I work for service printers [ ... ].
| I have come across this problem [ ... ] and it requires
| a good amount of work to fix. [ ... Cleaning the pads
| often suffices ... ] You could try it yourself but
| printers are notoriously hard to take apart.
| Best of luck!
thanks for the warning, and also for the
tip to try cleaning the pads.
however, until I can reset the printer,
I won't be trying to replace/clean the
pads at all --- according to the Google
results, the printer is "dead" and will
stay dead (no matter what) until reset.
so until I can kick it back into life,
both dismantling the printer to get at
the pads, and any cleaning/replacing of
the pads, is quite pointless.
| -----Original Message-----
| From: Brian Foster [mailto:blf at utvinternet.ie]
| Sent: 12 April 2004 19:21
|[ ... ]
| ① [ any hints about replacing the waste ink pads ]
| on any Epson inkjet printer? [ ... ]
| ② does anyone know how to magically reset any Epson
| printer? [ ... ]
any clews about reseting the printer
would be vastly appreciated.
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