What is the purpose these voltages have? I figure it's due for a new black PH next. The most common problem involves a DIRTY and or DRY Carriage Assembly, so you should at least clean & lubricate that assembly, just to eliminate that possibility. I have to turn it off, move the lever back to the (-) position and everything is fine again and it will print on regular paper. this content
The OPERATE green light keeps solid ON.In this abnormal operation status the paper feed mechanism do not pick the paper.When trying to change the PAUSE status by depressing the pause button by unknown on Oct 9, 2007 at 4:11pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 It's been a while but as I remember....The dos alignment utility is for the head I use those to clean the rollers. If this is the same product, do you know of a British distributor, or an equivalent product available in the UK? http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/posts/24748
That would most likely be a costly repair that would be more than the printer is worth. I don't know. When you tried the reset procedure that I described above, did the printer make any grinding like noises? - Scotty by Anonymous on Apr 14, 2008 at 4:39am Add comment Please
Have you tried putting a few drops of cleaning solution (my mix) on the park pad and letting it sit a day? This will make sure the printer is totally operation before you blow your hard earned money on a bad print.Additionally, this printer will require print head cleaning at times. Nothing works. It's better to use silicone based (the one used for lubricating eg.
If it is properly connected, the printhead is most likely the culprit.Hope this helps. I have to turn it off, move the lever back to the (-) position and everything is fine again and it will print on regular paper. Do this a few times to remove the "tags" hanging off the printheads. by designertom on May 13, 2005 at 11:49am Add comment Please sign in to comment Hmm...
Should I convert my photos to CYMK?My Question Is: Do CYMK files print using both cartridges black and color? Epson Stylus Color 1520 problems Discussion in 'Hardware' started by TimBrigham, Jun 19, 2002. What would the effect be if a printhead was changed from incorrect voltages to correct voltages? - Scotty - Scottyjr 0 Sigh... They come apart and leave little bits all over everything.http://www.polyphoto.com/tutorials/PrintHeadCleaning/If you remove the heads, it requires a DOS utility to reset everything.
Usually turning the printer off and deleting all print jobs solves the problem but if spooler service doesn't respond anymore you may be forced to reboot windows. If the lubrication is ok you may have either a bad main board or a failing motor.You can download a service manual for you printer in the reference section of this Got a Part No? - Anonymous 0 You can check with compassmicro they have a parts list that you can download. Fixing Paper Problems You can avoid most paper handling problems by doing the following: Use smooth, high-quality media designed for ink jet printers that meet the media specifications in Appendix C.
Use this instead: http://www.usbgear.com/USBG-LPT-PCM.html - Anonymous 0 Swathcutter, I have found that not all USB adapters work properly. news You should not do this. The designers must have been aware of this fact and engineered it so that two pads with seals seat under the printheads when in the 'home' position. everything its on place, i think that i assembly all very well, i dissasembly and assembly again to make sure everything was all right , bue the problem stills...
It is frustrating to print a large print and wait 25 mins only to find spots on it. Get your printer to the service every year or two. (BTW: i've installed the new printing system six months ago. I am handy with tools and have fixed many VCR’s, TV’s and other electronics.Any help would be great, I would like to buy a 7600 but not enough cash right now http://revolutionpc.net/epson-stylus/epson-stylus-1520-wide-format-printer.html That manual may be of some help as reference in troubleshooting, servicing or disassembly, while trying to correct your printers problem...Good Luck!
Fold them in half lengthwise. by Scottyjr on Oct 23, 2007 at 5:10am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 I wonder if the strange behavior has anything to do with the laptop. by Kusakun on Nov 16, 2007 at 10:08am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Yesterday the printing head on my Epson 1520 started acting strange.
Approved by professionals or not, I've adopted my own remedy for the rubber infeed rubbers and platen on the Epson 1520s (and occassionally a 3000) that I work on. The problem is that the print head encountered an obstacle that has since been removed. For best results, please make sure your browser is accepting cookies. We paid half the price of a brand new printer, thinking by buying the most expensive one listed on e-Bay, our chances were good that the printer would be as advertised;
January 2006 M T W T F S S « Nov Feb » 1 2345678 9101112131415 16171819202122 23242526272829 3031 Tags.NET A639 AD Asus Atmel Cinerella compression credentials CUPS Debian This helps protect the print heads from drying out and also makes sure to prime the heads before printing the next day when you turn it back on. The interface cable is securely connected to the printer and computer. check my blog I also cleaned everywhere else I could see.
Typed pages are sharp but colour pictures have a black haze around them.I hope I have explained the problem clearly and someone can give me some help. Repeat for the other offset feed roller.I find I rarely have to use Rubber Renew. But because this printer is so low tech its actually way more reliable than the new Epsons. Buying inpacks, I think my per cartridge cost is something like $1.85 per unit. (not a typo)There is no support for OS X from Epson if you're a Mac user, but
Ironically it seems like more expensive parallel cables go bad faster, probably due to thinner more flexible insulation allowing the wires to flex more than cheaper, heavier cables. - AlienSteve 0 Patience is a virtue.http://www.polyphoto.com/tutorials/PrintHeadCleaning/ - AlienSteve 0 Hello,I need a servixce manual for an Epson Stylus 1520 Color Printer. It'll try a couple of times, thereby wiping the roller. It is easy to prevent clogged printheads - use the printer, leaving it sit unused will allow the ink to coagulate.If you're thinking about buying a used 1520 and want to
For the last repair i used PFTE-Spray, produced by Presto or actually Motip. colman77, Jun 20, 2002 #3 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. Out of warranty services Even if your existing warranty has lapsed, Epson offers a competitively priced service to ensure minimal down time. Can anyone help me?
So, unlock print head from the parking position. the nozzle blockepson said it was because the paper wasn't espon paper/too thicki said but i want to print cards - they tell you how to make cards but turns out All Rights Reserved.