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How to Upgrade, Repair, Disassemble an Epson Printer

Do you need to upgrade or repair your printer? Here is a collection of free take apart instructions, disassembly pictures, cleaning advice, upgrade and repair manuals, as well as do-it-yourself (DIY) tips and tricks for Photo, Stylus printers and for ink or toner cartridges. If you have written a hacking guide yourself (or if you know of a maintenance tutorial not linked here), please submit a new entry.

Epson CX5400 [external link]Fixing the 'Prints Blank Pages' problem.
Epson Photo 700 [external link]Complete disassembly a cleaning instructions with pictures.
Epson Photo 780 [external link]How to take apart and clean the printer.
Epson PM-970C [external link]Ink Cartridge Decomposition: How to take apart the ink cartridges, an illustrated step-by-step guide (in Japanese).
Epson PM-970C [external link]Ink continuation supply system III: how to keep the original cartridge and extend it with an additional ink tank.
Epson PM-970C [external link]Another approach to keep the original cartridge and extend it with an additional ink tank.
Epson Stylus [external link]How to disassembly the printer and unclog the print heads.
Epson Stylus [external link]How to refill the ink cartridge.
Epson Stylus 740 [external link]An illustrated tutorial about printing head cleaning.
Epson Stylus 740 [external link]A method to clean to clean the printer heads.
Epson Stylus C66 (C64, C84, C86) [external link]How to change the maintenance ink tank, which is used to take the ink from the cleaning routine (in German).
Epson Stylus Color 460/580Print head repair and cleaning.
Epson Stylus Color 640 [external link]An idiot's guide to making a CD printer from an Epson 640.
Epson Stylus Photo R340 [external link]Drain mod: This mod is to prevent the waste ink ending up in the bottom of your printer. Every time you start up your printer, change your cartridges or do a head clean it needs to prime them. This basically means a small amount of ink gets used up and ends up going into the bottom of your printer down the pipe.

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