Resource Category: Printer Repair and Troubleshooting

Accessing Print Heads On Your Epson Printer

The process for accessing the print heads on your printer for cleaning or repair vary slightly from printer to printer. Here’s a quick look at how to access the print heads for a variety of popular printers. Epson 4900 Epson 7900, 9900 Epson 4900 The 4900 does...

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Changing Ink Sets

You may think because your printer is brand new you can place any ink into it. What you need to know is all printers are tested at the factory to make sure the heads are aligned and firing properly. Ink is drained from the printer, but not cleaned with cleaning...

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Common Breakdowns in Printers

The elements that most often need repair in a printer are the wiper, dampers, heads, refreshing pad, and the capping (docking) station. AIS offers discount replacement parts for Epson and Mimaki, as well as some parts for Roland and Mutoh. You can prolong the life of...

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Epson 10-Color 17″ Printers

Epson 10-Color 17″ Printers

The Epson 4900 Series The Epson 4900 is Epson’s introduction to multi-channel printers, meaning they it supports more than the standard CMYK print channels. This 10-color printer offers a wider gamut than standard 8-color printers. If you print rich colors using...

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Epson 7900/9900 Series Printers

Epson 7900/9900 Series Printers

The 7900 and 9900 are Epson’s introductory-level multi-channel printers. These 10-color printers offer a wider gamut than standard 8-color CMYK printers, and are therefore called multi-channel. If you print images using greens, oranges, and reds, then this is a...

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Epson 8 Color 17″ Printers

Epson 8 Color 17″ Printers

When purchasing a printer for commercial applications, it can be inviting to jump straight to a multi-channel printer. However, these printers simply aren’t necessay for a number of applications. Before buying a printer, consider your specific needs. You...

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Epson 8-Color 24″ and 44″ Printers

The 7800/9800 Series Printers Epson has made 3 series of 24″ and 44″ printers. First they produced the 7800/9800 series. These printers used the DX5 8-Color Piezo Head. It is considered to have been improved by Epson’s new advanced MicroPiezo TFP...

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How to Repair an Epson 7600/9600

Epson printers are well-designed and have been proven to be the leading printers for photography, display, and fine art. They are low cost compared to professional printers made by Mimaki, Mutoh, and Roland, and have led the field in pigment inks. Their progress in...

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