I have a 14 month old Epson Stylus C44UX printer. Currently it is out of action. When you ask it to print, it kinda does, but the printout is full of gaps (1cm gaps) and the printer emits a loud clunking noise. It was a very cheap printer, so dunno if its just wear and tear. It just started for no apparent reason. Possibly something out of alignment? Would be handy to get it fixed, as currently i owe my dad a printer. Any help would be appreciated. -Stu
No paper is in the printer, and as far as i can tell without taking the cover off, there is no jam. Tried reinstalling drivers, to no avail. The rail does look pretty manky, so ill try cleaning that tomorrow morning when i get hold of some oil. Cheers guys. Will keep you posted.
regular very light oiling of printhead guide bar does wonders on most printers.Also covering during non use is recomended . Stops all the fluff & gunge getting into it in the first place.a surplus pillow-case draped over the top is ideal (as long as you like the colour LOL)
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