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Instructions for restoring EPSON T50, T59, P50, R290, R295, symptoms: do not see, do not identify and do not recognize cartridges

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If the Epson T50, T59, P50, R290, R295 printer does not see the cartridges, and all the time swears that it is necessary to replace the cartridges, then most likely the reason for this is a blown F2 fuse on the main board of the printer.

But before the collective farm itself fuse, I recommend to pay attention to the cables going to the print head.

Such problems arise as a rule when filling the print head contacts with ink, as a result, a short circuit occurs and the fuse on the board blows. So, if the contacts of the print head are filled, they need to be cleaned of ink and how to dry.

After that, you can proceed to the restoration of the Epson T50, T59, P50, R290, R295 printer board itself.

Here it is actually the fuse F2 itself, for the beginning I advise you to ring it with a multimeter, and, if it is really killed, you can simply solder the jumper instead of it. Next to the F2 fuse there is just a free pad marked in the photo, you can solder a jumper on this pad, very simple and convenient, and most importantly everything works!

That's actually the whole farm, collect, run and here it is a miracle, everything works and recognizes cartridges normally :)

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26 Comments "EPSON T50, T59, P50, R290, R295 board recovery instructions, symptoms: does not see, does not identify and does not recognize cartridges" (Page 1)

Vasily - 12/16/2016
The printer does not turn on, the light is not on

most likely malfunction of the main board for power

Nikolai - 09/19/2016
And, if the light of the switched on printer and the fuse is not illuminated, you can advise. I suppose you are the first to encounter such a malfunction ....

Most likely, the power transistors burned, mb and something else besides them, for example, a power controller .... it is extremely difficult to treat such failures and it is often useless

Pavel - 05/27/2016
I disassembled, but found only L4 and L5, and F1 and F2 are not there, you can help.

he who seeks finds, everything is there, look better

Sergey - 03/09/2016
creeping article but how to get to the board, I guess it’s not difficult, but when I didn’t disassemble the printer, it’s not clear on the internet how to repair it

everything is very easy to understand on these models, and even if you don’t have enough wit, it’s better not even to start!

Pavel - 02.12.2016
And do not tell xp-700 where are the fuses?

in such an ass that ofigehs disassemble, bad job ((

Jon - 12/11/2015
Help please, my printer t50 does not print two buttons blinking .. what do I do?

Download PrintHelp program to ask Google "how to reset the epson t50 diapers" or contact the service center

Alexey - 12/10/2015
tell me, after flushing, the PG stopped seeing one cartridge, the fuse has blown - put the jumper, still doesn’t see one cartridge, the CISS is new, the cables are whole, the transistors on the mother are whole. What could be?

Most likely the chip itself is snpch

Ivan - 12/04/2015
You can "solder the jumper" - the advice is straight for 5 points ... dullness. Do you think there is just installed there and it just burns with nothing to do? Why then didn’t they write “It is very simple and convenient to solder the jumper, assemble, launch, and if not lucky, throw the printer away”?

In fact, it is, most often the fuses are lit due to printhead faults, or because of the short circuit of the PG loop ....
Therefore, there is not much point in looking for and installing a fuse, if the PG is faulty it will still burn! And of course, no one will buy a new head, so the jumper is the easiest and fastest way out ...

Dmitry - 10/21/2015
I washed the print head, a field of which the droplet caught fire and does not see a single cartridge, while removing one cartridge sees the rest. Disassembled the printer, got to the board threw jumpers on fuses F1 and F2. The printer is working. It prints everything well, and the next day I turn it on, a drop of one cartridge burns out, I see the remaining 3. The fuses are closed. What else could burn?

the chips themselves may be faulty ... this happens most often

Sake - 09/22/2015
I also have such a problem not to see the cartridge. The jumper did the button. I didn’t confuse what to do. Please help. The paint does not pump out the paint.

If the fuse is intact or there is a jumper, but the printer still does not see the cartridges, most likely the chips on the cartridges are faulty

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