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Excess ink in Epson 1270

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Anonymous
April 25, 2004 2:08:20 PM

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My Epson 1270 has been giving me beautiful photo prints until recently when
it started putting ink spots on the page.

The heads weren't clogged (never had that problem) but I ran a few clean
cycles anyway. Each time it just made the problem worse. After running a
clean cycle, the print head would deposit some ink on several of the paper
feed rollers, and then there would be inky roller marks all the way down the
page.

Anyone else seen this? Any ideas??

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Anonymous
April 26, 2004 2:39:51 AM

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Cleaning cycles and the use of the printer accumulate ink in the bottom of
the printhead.
Just use plenty of water to clean the gray rollers. Plenty of
water because the small rubber rollers contaminate the wide metall roller
behind of them. Each time you inject water feed a paper (preferable heavy
weight) to dry both the rollers and the metal roller.
You can clean further, passing a thin paper towel bellow the printhead,
while it is stall anywhere in middle possition (to get the printhead in
"middle" possition you have to umplug the printer WHILE the printhead is
moving around). You can also clean the rectangular elastic pad bellow the
printhead in the parking position, and the wiper blade beside it.

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>
> My Epson 1270 has been giving me beautiful photo prints until recently
when
> it started putting ink spots on the page.
>
> The heads weren't clogged (never had that problem) but I ran a few clean
> cycles anyway. Each time it just made the problem worse. After running a
> clean cycle, the print head would deposit some ink on several of the paper
> feed rollers, and then there would be inky roller marks all the way down
the
> page.
>
> Anyone else seen this? Any ideas??
>
>
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