Epson Stylus Pro 4900

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So, I've been searching the internet like crazy for the last few days trying to find the answer to this, have not had any luck so far.  Question: Can I convert my empty cartridges from the 4900 to refillable carts? I have a couple of full sets of empty carts sitting here, am wanting to fill them with a cleaner to run through my system, and can't find any information anywhere on it. I have been able to find several refillable cart options, but they are all kind of pricey, I would rather do it...
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We have an Epson Stylus Pro 4900 purchased for our student lab in 2013. It sees moderate use and has not been abused. Over the past year there has been a progressive and noticeable color shift toward orange in all prints on every paper--both Epson and 3rd party vendors. What are the likely causes and fixes? Is it time to start shopping for a new printer?
By: psnlocal (Dec 31, 2015)
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Hi Everyone, I have an Epson 4900 HDR with a few heads clogged. I was away for the holidays and it was enough to have it fully clogged. Before the little clogs was cough in time and fixed using the printers own unclogging system. Today I'll need to dive into a deeper path, the windex&paper towel trick many people have shared online. The problem is: when I turn off my printer the Print Head stays locked. I cannot slide it down the tray to let it rest on some moist windex towel. Any ideas how...
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My banner prints, previously not a problem, are not coming out correctly. They are printing across the width of the roll paper, rather than down the length. Mac, Photoshop 6.0, Epson 4900 printer with roll paper. Set custom page size to 16" width x 40" length, selected roll paper in print module. File is a merged set of individual files of a panoramic series, looks ok on screen, PDF preview is ok. Landscape vs portrait is no difference. Any suggestions as to settings appreciated. Ken Ziedman
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