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Epson Stylus Pro Reference Guide. Troubleshooting Printer stops printing unexpectedly The printer does not turn on or stay on The printer prints nothing Printouts are not what you expected Print Quality Could be Better Color documents print in black only Printing could be faster Roll paper cannot be cut Paper feed or paper jam problems occur frequently Roll paper does not eject properly Clearing paper jams Contacting Customer Support Printer stops printing unexpectedly Head cleaning, ink charging, or ink drying is in progress Check to see if the Pause light is flashing.
If so, the printer is in the process of head cleaning, ink charging or ink drying. Wait until the printer resumes printing. An error has occurred Many common printer problems can be identified by the messages on the LCD. You can also check the lights on the control panel for errors. For other messages not included in the following table, see Messages. An error may be occurring when you try to print patterns such as nozzle check or head alignment.
Then try to print patterns again. Replace the maintenance tank with a new one. See Replacing the Maintenance Tank. Replacement of ink cartridge is nearly needed. A part used in the printer has nearly reached the end of its life. Note the code and contact your dealer. See Contacting Customer Support. Run the Head Cleaning utility. For Windows, see Cleaning the print head. Match the loaded paper to the paper type. Install a different size of cut sheet media or roll paper.
Insert the paper deeper. See Loading paper into the front manual feed slot. Load the cut sheet media correctly. See Loading cut-sheet media. Paper is not cut correctly when Roll Auto Cut On is selected. Open the top cover and remove the uncut paper. The paper cutter may not be installed correctly.
See Replacing the Paper Cutter. Paper cutter may be blunt. Replace the paper cutter. Stop printing, and press the Pause button for 3 seconds.
Then make sure that the installed printer driver is correct for the printer. Stop printing, and then press and hold the Pause button for 3 seconds. Finally, select the correct ink cartridge in the printer driver according to the actual ink cartridge set on the printer. See Updating the printer driver information.
If you want to continue printing, press the Pause button. Press the Pause button for 3 seconds to cancel printing. Load the roll paper correctly, and select or. See Loading roll paper. Set the cut sheet media in the paper tray correctly, and select.
Cut sheet media, which is to be loaded from the front or rear manual feed slot, is being loaded from the paper tray. Remove the cut sheet media from the paper tray, and load it from the proper paper feed slot. See Checking the paper path. Load the cut sheet media manually from the front or rear manual feed slot. The conversion cartridge needs to be replaced soon. The remaining times of the conversion cartridge appears on the LCD.
Replace the conversion cartridge with a new one. Or, complete the replacement of the K ink by pressing the Pause button. Replace the empty ink cartridge with a new one. See Replacing Ink Cartridges. Remove the ink cartridge, and install the ink cartridge with the correct product code.
Remove the ink cartridge, and install the ink cartridge that can be used with this printer. Remove the ink cartridge and reinstall it. If this message appears after reinstalling the ink cartridge, replace it. Release the paper lever first. Then, open the top cover if necessary and remove the jammed paper.
See Clearing paper jams. Remove the interface card, and install the interface card that can be used with this printer. Turn the printer off, leave it for a while, and turn the printer on again. If this message appears on the LCD again, note the code and contact your dealer.
The printer does not turn on or stay on When the Pause light does not come on and mechanism initialization does not start even when the Power button is pressed to turn on the printer, try the following solutions for the problem. Turn off the printer and make sure the power cord is securely plugged into the printer. Make sure your outlet works and is not controlled by a wall switch or timer.
Make sure the supplied voltage to the printer matches the rating voltage labeled on the printer. If not, turn off the printer and unplug the power cord immediately. Contact your dealer for assistance. If the supplied voltage and rating voltage do not match, do not plug the printer back in again, as damage may occur. The printer prints nothing The printer is not correctly connected to the computer Try one or more of these solutions:.
Turn off the printer and computer. Make sure the printer's interface cable is securely plugged into the correct terminal of the computer. Make sure the interface cable specifications match the specifications for the printer and computer. Make sure the interface cable is directly connected to the computer without passing through any device, such as a printer switching device, or extension cable.
Your Epson printer is not selected as the default printer Install the printer driver if it is not installed yet, and follow the steps below to select your Epson printer as the default printer. Select Set As Default Printer , then close the window. Select Set As Default , then close the Printers window. Printer port setting does not match the printer connection port for Windows only To select the printer port, follow the steps below.
Click the Ports tab. Make sure that your printer port is selected. If the Head Cleaning utility does not work, replace the ink cartridges. Printouts are not what you expected Incorrect, garbled characters, or blank pages print Try one or more of these solutions:. For Windows, clear any stalled print jobs from the Progress Meter. If the problem persists, turn off the printer and computer.
Make sure the printer's interface cable is plugged in securely. Incorrect margins Try one or more of these solutions:. Check the margin settings in your application.
Make sure the margins are within the printable area of the page. For Windows, check the Borderless setting in the Paper menu. Make sure they are correct for the paper size you are using.
See Making Settings on the Paper Menu. Make sure the paper set position is correct. See Making Advanced setting. Printed color differs from the color on the screen Try one or more of these solutions:. Adjust the Color Density in the Paper Configuration dialog. For Windows, see Paper Configuration. Make sure the media type setting matches the paper being used.
Since monitors and printers produce colors differently, printed colors will not always match on screen colors perfectly. However, the above color systems are provided to overcome color differences. See Printer Color Management.
You can produce sharper images with more vivid colors. For Windows, select PhotoEnhance in the Advanced menu.
Epson Stylus Pro Reference Guide. Troubleshooting Printer stops printing unexpectedly The printer does not turn on or stay on The printer prints nothing Printouts are not what you expected Print Quality Could be Better Color documents print in black only Printing could be faster Roll paper cannot be cut Paper feed or paper jam problems occur frequently Roll paper does not eject properly Clearing paper jams Contacting Customer Support Printer stops printing unexpectedly Head cleaning, ink charging, or ink drying is in progress Check to see if the Pause light is flashing. If so, the printer is in the process of head cleaning, ink charging or ink drying. Wait until the printer resumes printing. An error has occurred Many common printer problems can be identified by the messages on the LCD. You can also check the lights on the control panel for errors.
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For more information on how Epson treats your personal data, please read our Privacy Information Statement. If the printer has failed to respond to a print command, the printer driver port may not have been configured correctly. A port is an interface channel used for transferring data from the computer to a printer. In order to communicate and print successfully, the port setting in the printer driver software must be set correctly. Some users may receive an error message that indicates an issue with the port settings. For example, if you are using a printer via a USB or network connection and receive the error message "There was an error writing to LPT1", this would indicate that the print data has been sent to a port that Windows reserves for printers connected via a Parallel interface. In order to determine if the port is set correctly, we recommend checking the printer port setting in the printer driver and changing it if necessary.