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 51 
 on: June 24, 2014, 07:17:44 PM 
Started by brother franklin - Last post by cisinks
Hello,

You can give us a call if you are still experiencing issues.


-CISINKS
626 575 0860

 52 
 on: June 24, 2014, 07:16:12 PM 
Started by WilBro - Last post by cisinks
Hello,

If you have any further questions feel free to give us a call. Hope all is well.



-CISINKS
626 575 0860

 53 
 on: June 24, 2014, 07:14:50 PM 
Started by docwatson99 - Last post by cisinks
Hello,

On the back of the 3520 chip which you have. If you slide it to the left from the carriage you would be able to remove the chip from the cartridge. Once you remove the chip if you look on the back side of it you will notice that there is a small silver harness which holds a battery inside of there. If you are unable to do the old reset trick, that would mean that the battery on the back of the chip has to be replaced. You would be able to purchase a replacement battery from your local market/store.



-CISINKS

 54 
 on: June 24, 2014, 07:12:06 PM 
Started by Canesvenetici - Last post by cisinks
Hello,

Have you attempted to use the cleaning solution kit that we have on our website? If you ever have a clog we would first recommend to attempt the head cleaning kit. The steps which you have taken are a little extreme only because I would not even dare to remove an epson print head since it would have to be installed perfectly back.


Look forward to hearing from you.


-CISINKS

 55 
 on: June 24, 2014, 05:34:51 PM 
Started by cisinks - Last post by cisinks
Hello,

Have you attempted to use a compatible or remanufactured black cartridge? If you attempt to use one of those for the black cartridge and it continues not to print. One of the nozzles may be clogged.



-CISINKS

 56 
 on: June 24, 2014, 05:33:36 PM 
Started by colormebad - Last post by cisinks
Hello,

Have you checked to see if your air filters are clean and free of ink?




-CISINKS

 57 
 on: June 24, 2014, 03:59:34 PM 
Started by briben1977 - Last post by cisinks
Hello,

I am sorry but we would not carry and CISS systems for Kodak printer models. We would only carry CISS systems for Canon, Brother, Epson, and HP inkjet printers that use individual cartridges. Most of the major printer brands except for Kodak and Lexmark.  If you would like I can give you a recommendation based on what type of printing you are going to be doing.


Look forward to hearing from you.

Joseph,
Cisinks
(626) 575-0860
9:30am-5:00pm (M-F) PST

 58 
 on: June 22, 2014, 03:41:12 AM 
Started by Canesvenetici - Last post by Canesvenetici
Took the print head out of the machine itself and immersed it in a diluted cocktail of iso alcohol and ammonia free windex and let it soak for a few days.
Put it all back together and re-primed my cis system and did a head cleaning. Almost everything is back except some of the black and almost all of the yellow in the middle of the nozzle pattern. Not sure if it's worth buying empty refill carts and using them as cleaning carts or not. I love this printer and really don't like what epson has come up with to replace them. And because it's as old as it is, a replacement is going to be pricey unless I go for a refurb.

Not sure what I should do, and I get the distinct impression that I'm taking to myself here...

 59 
 on: June 20, 2014, 09:09:35 AM 
Started by Canesvenetici - Last post by Canesvenetici
I've let the print head sit on a damp paper towel for hours, changing it out as needed.
Nothing.
Cleaned the spikes.
Nothing.
Removed the print head and let it soak in a solution of distilled water, windex and iso alcohol and tried to push solution through the spikes.
Can't get any to go. Granted I don't want to push too hard, but nothing is moving in any direction on any of the colors.
Don't know what else to try.
Any ideas? Anyone?

 60 
 on: June 16, 2014, 03:19:21 AM 
Started by Canesvenetici - Last post by Canesvenetici
So I'd let it sit for 8-10 hours, did another nozzle check, a lot of the colors came back, kind of.
Black still looked weak. Light magenta was almost nonexistent. Others were kind of spotty. Cyan was the only one that looked flawless.
Head cleaning only made it worse.
I'd cleaned the spikes using isopropyl alcohol and that did nothing. Dug out my original epson cartridges and loaded them up, no change.
So I think my next step is to clean hardcore.
Gonna make a mixture of windex and alcohol and try to push that through the heads. I have a syringe and tubing that came with my waste tank that I believe will work beautifully for this.
Feel I don't really have any other choice. I hate the route epson has taken with their newer hardware.

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