How to Clean a Clogged Stylus Printer
To produce professional-looking letters and other business projects, the Epson Stylus ink jet printer combines black, blue, yellow, and magenta inks. If your Epson Stylus printer stops operating or only produces specific colours, the ink cartridges may be clogged. When you don’t use the printer for an extended period of time, the ink cartridges can become clogged. Dried ink accumulates within the cartridge nozzles, making fresh ink unable to pass through. Epson Stylus printers include a utility for detecting and clearing clogged cartridges.
1.On the Epson Stylus printer, press and hold the cleaning button. This button is usually found on the top or front of the printer, however the location varies depending on the model. The cartridge cleaning cycle will commence after three seconds. Cleaning will take about two minutes.
2.When the first cycle is finished, repeat the cleaning cycle.
3.To test the ink quality, print a test page. If there are no errors on the test page, such as faded ink, striping, or missing colors, no further cleaning is required. Continue cleaning if you find any errors..
4.Select “Control Panel” and then “View devices and printers” from the Windows “Start” menu. Double-click the Epson Stylus printer to open it.
5.”Nozzle Check” should be selected. Wait for the printer to test the nozzles on the ink cartridges. Select “Clean.”
6.To clean an ink cartridge, select “Color,” “Black,” or “Both.” This is a high-intensity cleaning method for removing more serious clogs.
7.Recheck and clean the nozzles until the test page prints correctly.
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