You can easily find different models of Epson Printer in the market that are manufactured for different printing needs. These printers are known to perform in the smoothest manner so that the user doesn’t have to delay their printing task. Despite saying that, there are times when the user is not able to continue with their printing job because of some technical reason. Mostly, the problem arises because of the outdated or corrupt printer, thus it is always suggested by printer experts that one should keep their printer driver updated. The other reason why one could face a delay in their printing task is a document that contains defective data that printer cannot process.
Note: If you are getting Epson Printer driver related issue then simply dial at Epson Printer support UK and let us get you an updated and compatible printer driver for your PC.
Most Epson printer comes with a simple reset button that you can press to clear the corrupted data from your printer’s buffer so that you can continue printing other documents. Resetting printer can resolve many other printer issues. Thus, it is a great way to troubleshoot your printer. Follow the given instruction to reset your Epson machine:
- Locate the Control Panel of your Epson Printer. Mostly, it is at the top-right corner of the machine. Near the digital screen of your printer where the on\off button is located.
- Now find the button Pause/Reset, Reset/Continue or “reset” button on your printer control panel.
- Then press and hold the “reset” button that is present on your printer for three seconds. This will clear the print jobs and reset your printer so that you can start printing again.
In case your printer doesn’t have a reset button, then either take help from experts on Epson Printer customer care service or continue with the steps given below:
- Press the On/Off or Power button to turn off your Epson machine, then after a few seconds, you can press the power button again to turn on your printer.
- Now try printing again.
If you are still experiencing the same problem, then you can repeat the reset process once again and see if you could able to print. If the problem continues, then update your Epson printer driver from the printer manufacturer’s website. Also, check your document for error. If you cannot print after making all the efforts then connect with our printer experts as soon as possible.