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Epson wearing out?

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Anonymous
September 7, 2005 10:23:09 AM

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I started getting an error message from the Status Monitor when printing on
my Epson 2200: "Parts inside your printer are near the end of their service
life. Contact your dealer for replacement. Still prints.

Are parts actually wearing out, or is this just a message that automaticlly
comes on after a certain amount of printing? Which parts? I've printed
over 550 square feet of Premium Glossy paper in the year that I've owned it.
Is it user-serviceable? I live in the sticks, so I expect I'd have to mail
it to an authorized service tech. Would they even touch it, given that I
don't use Epson inks?

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- Alan Justice

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Anonymous
September 7, 2005 11:51:54 AM

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Your waste ink pads protection number has been reached. If you email me
privately I will send you information on how to reset this number and
the considerations in doing so. Please mention the model number, etc.

Art

Alan Justice wrote:

> I started getting an error message from the Status Monitor when printing on
> my Epson 2200: "Parts inside your printer are near the end of their service
> life. Contact your dealer for replacement. Still prints.
>
> Are parts actually wearing out, or is this just a message that automaticlly
> comes on after a certain amount of printing? Which parts? I've printed
> over 550 square feet of Premium Glossy paper in the year that I've owned it.
> Is it user-serviceable? I live in the sticks, so I expect I'd have to mail
> it to an authorized service tech. Would they even touch it, given that I
> don't use Epson inks?
>
> --
> - Alan Justice
>
>
>
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