How to Repair My Epson Stylus C66 Printer

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The Epson Stylus C66 printer produces both colour and monochromatic documents as fast as 17 printed pages per minute. The C66 uses inkjet technology to produce text and images on paper as it passes through the printer. The printer sprays tiny droplets of ink to form small dots on the page, which combine to form text and graphics. Problems with the printer may affect the quality of the printouts, or even the ability of the printer to operate at all.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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    Remove all of the paper from the printer's paper trays, including the output tray. Pull out any stuck paper in the paper trays.

  2. 2

    Press and hold down the "Paper" button on the printer's control panel. Release the button once you hear the printer begin to turn the feed rollers inside.

  3. 3

    Wait for any stuck papers to come out into the printer's output tray. Remove any paper from the output tray and open the printer's top cover.

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    Pull out any stuck pieces of paper inside, being careful not to tear the paper. Rotate the rollers inside the printer and remove any small pieces of paper stuck on them.

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    Close the top cover and replace the fresh paper into the input tray. Move the paper guide so it touches the margin, then press the "Paper" button on the printer.

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