Stalled printer for error 0xF2 or 0xF3

The error compare when there are some problem with encoder with roller to feed paper.

  1. Remove the external component
    • Remove the external component

    • Remove all component

    • Remove Ink tanks

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  2. remove windows
    • remove windows

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    • Remove Rear component

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    • Dismount Ink lever

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    • Remove Front pannel screws

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    • Dismount LCD Pannel

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    • Remove front pannel

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    • Remove back panel screws

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    • Other back panel screw (you find i back the lcd display)

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    • Remove back ethernet panel

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    • Remove main back panel, make attention to lcd display

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    • More gently clean left encoder with a dry cleenex

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    • More gently, Clean right encoder with a dry cleenex

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    • If you want test the printer you need insert paper, and cover 2 switch with paper scotch.

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    • Remount the printer (but before remove the scotch if you have used it) following in reverse mode the previous instructions.

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To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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It's works, thanks

Thom - Contestar

Perfect. I used this guide to disassemble my printer.

I had 0xF1 and/or 0xF4. The reason was some paper stuck between the gears of the paper feed (in this guide step 12).

I hope this hint will help others. I didn't find any info about these error code online.

DumahBrazorf - Contestar

Error descriptions I found here -

John Smith -

Thank you very much ! This is a very useful and beautifully documented guide. Best wishes and greetings to the kind author of this guide from Bratislava, Slovakia.

George Pekarovic

George - Contestar

muito obrigado pela ajuda

Filipe Rocha - Contestar

You are awesome! It helped me! Thanks very much!

martinjurtik - Contestar


I keep getting on an Epson B-500DN printer error restart printer with the paper and ink led blinking orange.

Disassemble the printer made a full cleaning (all encoding wheels too) and keep getting this error, the printer goes until ready, then as soon as it says printing it shows the error.

anyone ???

invitro59 - Contestar


I had error oxF3.

I was set to bin this ace printer, I just googled the error code and bam this guide came up. This was awesome, I only found a little dirt on the step 12 clear plastic disc, nothing visible on step 13. Put the cartridges back in, maintenance tank paper tray and hooked up the power and network cable, and covered the 2 switches with tape. then OMG it worked. Now need to work out which screw goes where and reassemble.

Malcolm Taylor - Contestar

OK. Seguito con semplicità e Risolto il Problema. Adesso funziona. OK Thank you

Foto Diego - Contestar

What about Erro code 0xF3 in Epson WF7610

ABEL MLIGA - Contestar

Yes what about the WF7610 error code 0xF3?!

David Imondi - Contestar

I have Epson XP 710 which shows an error code 0×4f what can i do for it. When i turned it on it's starts well with Epson logo but there's a sound of running the gears in fast speed for a few seconds after this it's showing the error just after pooping up the menu screen no head movement. Kindly forward me with possible assistance

abab6330 - Contestar

Constantly gives 0xF4. If you move the head to the center, when it is turned on, it goes to the left, then goes to its place and when Parking the engine PF PID (left) twitches a little, and the scoreboard error 0xF4. In printer all cleaned up, blew. Cartridges took out, got a diaper. Before that, it was so that it prints, then outputs 0xF4 and sometimes 0xF1. What to do?

561054 - Contestar

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