I tried to follow your directions, but did not see any plastic post anywhere. I kept the old printer in hopes I could revisit the issue and maybe have success. You save me a few bucks. I was at my wits end trying to figure it out. I can’t figure out how to do that.
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You can tell the carriage is not home if the post is not visible from above and the carriage is covering the post.
Epson C363A all in one printer, autofeeding scanner and fax. Durabright ink capable.
Thanks for taking the time to share this in enough detail so that even I could follow it. The printer is still going strong with high usage in an office environment. It tells me I need to find the printer.
I epsson figure out how to do that. Thank you so much for posting! I thought it was the scanner that was out of position, never even thought about the printer ink carriage. I haven’t worked with the new printers.
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Then I tried a combination of what “Gottaride” and “eeagle” suggested Please do not try my solution unless spson do not mind possibly damaging your unit.
The computer no longer gives me an error message that there is a paper jam. Any ideas what it might look like and where it might be. I had no clue how to fix this problem.
This post saved my printer from the scrap heap as well. A year after your post, your solution to this problem is still saving some of us our sanity and our printer!
Following your post I pushed the carriage to the right I don’t have a force espon and held the post in the vertical position with a stick.
I have c33a Epson workforce However, I was finally able to clear the problem by using a screw driver to jog one of the paper feed gears visible with the cover open, in the back right with the carriage moved to the left. After doing alllll that other stuff Thank you thank you thank you. Lift the scanner like you are going to reach in and change the ink.
I cannot move it, and it is getting me so desperate, because it makes the print head get stuck. As many have said If you leave the scanner bed open while restarting, you can see the whole power-on process in action, both in its c363 state when the carriage is blocking the white lever and in its normal state.
I played with them a bit and the printer started working. Absolutely was five minutes away from just ordering another printer when I lucked onto this thread.
Works on WF too! Used a screwdriver to move the largest gear several notches up and then down and then moved carriage back and restarted printer and it has worked just fine. I wasn’t able to find the post he talked about but it was obvious the problem was with the ink cartridges being stuck.
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The post which on my printer is square was then exposed and seem to pop into position, not fully up by epsom way It won’t move off the rpson message or allow any action from the printer.
Took out all cartridges, used tube and Cis ink syringe to push alcohol to clean ink jets – not much, but in and out a few times. I’m having the same problem my Epson workforce is showing paper jam on startup I hear no sound nothing carriage does not even go epwon to right I’ve tried everything and nothing seems to work I notice that the PowerLite Wi-Fi light and ADF light are blinking can anyone please save me from buying yet another printer – Jcalvin.
Then, when I turn on the printer, the print head cannot move.
Gotaride you are the Man!