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Old January 30th 19, 10:43 AM posted to alt.comp.periphs.printers,comp.periphs.printers
Gloops[_3_]
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Default Epson LQ-100

Hello everybody,

Does anybody have any notions about maintaining an LQ100 printer ?

It ran jolly good during not far from 30 years, and did not appreciate a
power micro-cut at all. The head blocks on the left, after it did not
detect the border.

A few centimetres before the left I hear a click.

Any idea what to do or where to ask ?

Epson proposes a taxed phone number, any idea whether they have info at
that number ?



 




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