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How do I reset my Epson printer?

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Find your Epson printer's control panel, which is normally on the upper right-hand side, and locate the reset button. Press and hold this button for three seconds to reset the printer and clear away corrupted data. If the printer does not have a reset button, power off the printer and wait several seconds before turning it back on.

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After resetting the printer, attempt to print again. Repeat the reset process if the printer is still not working correctly, and update drivers if this fails to resolve the problem. A new set of drivers can be downloaded directly from the Epson support page. This page also includes FAQs, manuals and other downloads for individual product models, and users can contact technical support using live chat, email or phone.

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