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Epson 500 woes

Posted on 1998-04-27
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I have a epson 500 that prints thin red lines on all my output. I have cleaned the heads several time to no advail.
Nothing I do seems to work.
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by:MorFF
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Are they vertical or horizontal lines, and have you 'aligned' the heads - if that facility is available on the Epson?

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aburr earned 100 total points
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Print a test page between cleaning operations.
Print several sheets with the driver set to mono.

If the red line is still there you cartage may be leaking and in need of replacement

Call Epson at 1-800-444-1517
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by:tboynton
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Thank you for your response. I will try your suggestions and respond with results
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