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R3000 blocked heads help

 
hania
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Nov 19, 2013 02:53 |  #1

Have had this printer (I love it) just over a year.

I have been gradually replacing Epson cartridges with Fotospaeed Inkflow without any problems.
Recently, I decided to try a thin artpaper - loaded it from back (should have been front) and LK black ran out half way.Since then, 2 of my black nozzles are blocked and after having run nozzle cleaning etc - blockage getting worse.

Any ideas?

I thought maybe I had replaced LK with the wrong black ink so I borrowed a Epson LK refill and put it in - and its not recognized - another complication.

I have an exhibition shortly...…..

update: this has been sorted as turned out it was air in the tubes.


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