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Another deal for this good all round Wifi Printer

Comes with free Epson Photo Paper (added to basket alongside the printer)

Free next day delivery. Also Available instore

The Epson SX515W is a high speed all in one printer, scanner, copier with integrated Wi-Fi for wireless printing and scanning.

The all-in-one functionality allows for fast, high quality printing, scanning and copying in one unit, saving you cost, space and time with a flexible machine.

Wi-Fi and Ethernet for wireless and wired networking, perfect as a home or family printer that all the computers in the house can connect to and use at the same time.

Not only is the SX515W a versatile machine, you can create a wide range of high-quality prints and save money with individual ink cartridges. Lab-quality photos and high-quality documents, whilst the high-speed printing engine can produce up to 36 pages per minute.

•Epson Easy Photo FixTM restores colours and corrects backlight when scanning your old photos
•View and print photos directly from your memory card using the 63mm LCD viewer
•Print photos directly from a PictBridge compatible digital camera
•Compatible ink cartridges: T0711,T0712,T0713,T0714
•Dimensions H398xW516xD230mm
• T0715 Cartridge
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1 Like #1
Don't forget 7% from the usual cashback sites too...
#2
nre
Don't forget 7% from the usual cashback sites too...

Good point!
#3
got this printer a few weeks ago. Its awesome.

Also, compatibles are only £2 each!!!
#4
Or the 10% student discount (I know it doesnt apply to all of you, but defo made mine cheaper this afternoon)
#5
I got this printer from Argos just before christmas on the same deal, it's a really good printer :3
#6
Thanks
#7
superdude101
got this printer a few weeks ago. Its awesome.

Also, compatibles are only £2 each!!!


If you are paying £2 for a standard compatible you are mad, around £0.50 is the going rate.

Got one of these last week from another offer, quite impressed.

I got a continuous ink system with pigment inks, it was just under £30 delivered. it should give better results than the dye based inks, yet to try it though.
#8
Been looking for something like this. Does it allow printing direct from an iphone via a network for remote printing?
#9
Warning: Careful with the compat inks in this - Just about to get down n dirty with some print heads that need cleaning in my 515w after only a few months - no black or yellow ink :o\ Either use a trusted source or originals.



Edited By: pepsi_max2k on Feb 16, 2011 18:22
#10
sven256
superdude101
got this printer a few weeks ago. Its awesome.

Also, compatibles are only £2 each!!!


If you are paying £2 for a standard compatible you are mad, around £0.50 is the going rate.

EDIT: don't worry, found 'em

Got one of these last week from another offer, quite impressed.

I got a continuous ink system with pigment inks, it was just under £30 delivered. it should give better results than the dye based inks, yet to try it though.


oooh only 0.50p? can you point me in the right direction?

Edited By: superdude101 on Feb 16, 2011 18:34: retardedness
#11
Lovely... just popped into my local Rymans and picked one up.
#12
Just h
superdude101
sven256
superdude101
got this printer a few weeks ago. Its awesome.

Also, compatibles are only £2 each!!!


If you are paying £2 for a standard compatible you are mad, around £0.50 is the going rate.

EDIT: don't worry, found 'em

Got one of these last week from another offer, quite impressed.

I got a continuous ink system with pigment inks, it was just under £30 delivered. it should give better results than the dye based inks, yet to try it though.


oooh only 0.50p? can you point me in the right direction?


Just have a look on a well know auction site eg item number 230576103143 and many more.
#13
@sven256. Where did you get a continuous ink system? Fancy one myself
#14
Got this a few weeks ago from Currys - there was epson photo paper in the box, so it might be that this printer always comes with the paper (to get people hooked on printing photos I guess).

Great printer - a little loud but who cares. Also takes a while to turn on and off. Prints look great though and the network printing is useful.
#15
jbo82
@sven256. Where did you get a continuous ink system? Fancy one myself


I wrecked my last printer using a CISS and I'd never go back to using one again. The cost of compatibles is so low for this Epson that it's not really a necessity.

Edited By: screamingninja on Feb 16, 2011 18:47
1 Like #16
jbo82
@sven256. Where did you get a continuous ink system? Fancy one myself


I just got the empty system off ebay and the inks off ebay.

370382352519 for the ink

and 170506772477 for the system

Yes you can get one with dye based ink for £19, but i prefer pigment ink as it's much closer to the original epson ink. So less likely to cause problems.
#17
cheers will check it out
#18
I lost my installation CD :(
#19
anneo4512
I lost my installation CD :(


Aw, do you know how to burn an iso?
#20
I purchased this printer a few months ago and its been fantastic until about 3 weeks ago when it completely stopped working with my laptop, Wireless or wired :( still prints from my iphone, so guessing somethings happened on my laptop. Tried uninstalling the software but get an eror every time :( im very sad
#21
anneo4512
I lost my installation CD :(


I rarely use supplied installation CDs as software and drivers tend to be early releases. Go to the Epson website and download all the latest software and drivers for the printer.

Here's the link for you :)

http://www.epson.co.uk/Store/Printers-and-All-in-Ones/Epson-Stylus-SX515W/Drivers-Support?supportLandingPage=true
4 Likes #22
Phr33ky
I purchased this printer a few months ago and its been fantastic until about 3 weeks ago when it completely stopped working with my laptop, Wireless or wired :( still prints from my iphone, so guessing somethings happened on my laptop. Tried uninstalling the software but get an eror every time :( im very sad


This is most likely a settings issue that can easily be resolved. I suggest phoning Epson. I had an issue with this printer when I first bought it and they were very helpful.
Their number is 0871 4237766. Geographical number is 01952 670066.

Edited By: screamingninja on Feb 16, 2011 22:02
#23
Mp2609
Or the 10% student discount (I know it doesnt apply to all of you, but defo made mine cheaper this afternoon)


hi my card is not working? its giving error "The UCAS/NUS number you have entered is not recognised" what should i do
#24
Mp2609
Or the 10% student discount (I know it doesnt apply to all of you, but defo made mine cheaper this afternoon)


Just picked one up using student Discount for £44.99 with the included additional free photopaper this is a smoking hot deal.

profet
Got this a few weeks ago from Currys - there was epson photo paper in the box, so it might be that this printer always comes with the paper (to get people hooked on printing photos I guess).


There are 10 various sized pieces of photopaper included in the box and this also comes with 25 extra A4 sheets so 35 in total :)

asimfaran
Mp2609
Or the 10% student discount (I know it doesnt apply to all of you, but defo made mine cheaper this afternoon)


hi my card is not working? its giving error "The UCAS/NUS number you have entered is not recognised" what should i do


1) Double check your number
2) login to UCAS/NUS look for any other numbers you could use
3) Get the deal instore
4) Phone ryman
5) Go to PC World and have them price match and beat by 10% for the same price but without the extra photopaper in this deal.
#25
sven256
jbo82
@sven256. Where did you get a continuous ink system? Fancy one myself


I just got the empty system off ebay and the inks off ebay.

370382352519 for the ink

and 170506772477 for the system

Yes you can get one with dye based ink for £19, but i prefer pigment ink as it's much closer to the original epson ink. So less likely to cause problems.


Very useful thanks.
3 Likes #26
pepsi_max2k
Warning: Careful with the compat inks in this - Just about to get down n dirty with some print heads that need cleaning in my 515w after only a few months - no black or yellow ink :o\ Either use a trusted source or originals.


Right, just managed to fix my blocked 515w :) Here's how, if anyone else has trouble...

http://www.inkmagic.com/epson_clogged_printhead.htm

/\ Read that. Don't worry, the first, easy bit fixed mine.

1. If you're getting blocked heads (no output of one color, or patchy output with some lines / segments missing) - first make sure you're using good ink. Take out the ink cartridge, rattle it, you should hear the liquid shaking about inside. If you hear nothing, it's probably starting to dry up, which is what probably caused the issue to start with. Start by getting some decent ink, either original, or from a trusted supplier - I use rexccs on eBay - http://members.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewUserPage&userid=rexccs , they have ink for most popular printers, and all the stuff I've had from them seems pretty good.

2. Swap ink cartridges, see if that makes a difference.

3. Run a nozzle check on the printer, you'll probably get patches in lines. If so, run a head clean (if not, blocked heads may not be the issue, but I can't help there). Nozzle check again. Same thing? Head clean a second time, and nozzle check again. Still patchy / blank output?

4. Cleaning time. Read the "Distilled water or printhead cleaner in sponges" section at http://www.inkmagic.com/epson_clogged_printhead.htm . You're basically gonna try this. For the 515 though...

Make sure there's good ink in the printer. Open the top cover (as if you're about to replace inks) and turn it on. You'll see a thick (about 1cm square) white clip to the bottom left of the ink holder move down - this unlocks the ink holder mechanism to move left/right.

Wait until the printer has stoped moving things (it should say COPY in the screen for the SX515w). The white clip should still be in it's down position. Now pull the power plug out. This turns the power off without allowing the white clip to move back up and lock the ink holder in place - usually a bad idea in general use, but we need to move the ink holder manually.

Move the ink holder so you can open the top and take all the inks out.


Now, get a bowl of clean cold water (distilled/bottled is preferable, but tap should be fine), a damp cloth (lint free preferable, I used a j-cloth), and a pair of small pliers, tweezers or a syringe.


Firstly, where the hole of the ink cartridge conntects there's a small lug, which should be covered in ink. With the damp cloth, wipe all around these to get as much ink off as possible, but don't get them too wet or leave any fibres on them. You might wanna use the pliers/tweezers to hold the cloth, and wipe it around them. Once done, put the ink back, close the holder, and move it to the left.


Secondly, you want to saturate two small foam pads with water. These pads are usually underneathe the ink holder to the far right - in the 515 there's two of them (one to the left with black, one to the right looking somewhat rainbow coloured due to ink stains), with a few metal looking lines running through them. Firstly wipe off some of the ink with the damp cloth - probably holding it with tweezers/pliers again.


Now, with the syringe, drop some water on to both pads as much as you like, until they're fully saturated. If you have no syringe, you should be able to saturate the cloth, then hold it over the pads with tweezers / pliers and squeeze some water in. Just keep adding water until it looks damp enough to wash anything rested on top.


Finally, push the ink holder to the far right (so the white clip can move back upwards properly when turned on). Plug the printer back in, turn it on, wait for it to start up, then turn it off again via the printer's power button.

Wait 24 hours.


5. Turn on, nozzle check, a couple of times, it'll probably come out bad as the ink heads should be full of water by now.

Run a head clean, nozzle check again.... if you're as lucky as me, perfect heads. If not, you might wanna go back to the website above and try the next step.




In conclusion - never use bad inks with this printer! Pay a few pence more from a trusted source with in-date, fluid, good quality inks ;o)

Edited By: pepsi_max2k on Feb 17, 2011 19:24
#27
Glad you managed to sort out the printer, pepsi_max2k :)
Coincidentally I bought my inks from rexccs, not in the knowledge that this seller sells decent quality inks but because they were the cheapest and filled their cartridges to 21ml. I've only changed the one cartridge so far (black) and apart from some leakage when pulling the sticker off the top which i sealed up with sellotape. I've had no problems.
1 Like #28
>> apart from some leakage when pulling the sticker off the top which i sealed up with sellotape

Learnt from some canon inks that you should deffinately pull these off before doing anything else with the cartridge :) They seem to do something with air pressure inside, and actually suck some ink away from the main output (so it doesn't all leak out from that end when in use). I should proably read wikipedia or something to figure out exactly what the air hole's for, but it should deffinately be uncovered during use. Obviously, start tipping it upside down and ink comes out the wrong way :P Then again, if it doesn't, probably means the ink's starting to dry up and that's a worse prospect in the epson's. Anyway, hopefully no more problems with it now. And fwiw, paid about £50 for mine reconditioned on eBay. £50 is a great price for it new.
#29
Thanks for sharing that pepsi_max2k :)
I've not had any issued thus far having taped up the area where there was a small leak and have so far printed around 350 pages of black text using it. Given that the cartridges are filled to 21ml I didn't really want to risk leaving the area open. I'll update this thread or send you a pm if I find anything untoward as a result of the taping.
#30
screamingninja
Glad you managed to sort out the printer, pepsi_max2k :)Coincidentally I bought my inks from rexccs, not in the knowledge that this seller sells decent quality inks but because they were the cheapest and filled their cartridges to 21ml. I've only changed the one cartridge so far (black) and apart from some leakage when pulling the sticker off the top which i sealed up with sellotape. I've had no problems.

when you got yours were the carts boxed ?
#31
Another way to clear clogged heads is to fill the carts with water and then run the cleaning cycle a few times.If the printer has not been used for a long time let it stand overnight before attempting to clean the head as the cart itself has probably dried out leaving only the pigment from the ink Diluting the ink this way with water prevents the ink drying out so fast which is what causes the problem, or you could use isopropanol from your local chemist. I have used this method twice on Epson printers that have not been used for several months.You should of cause replace the carts when the print head been cleared.
1 Like #32
dontasciime
screamingninja
Glad you managed to sort out the printer, pepsi_max2k :)Coincidentally I bought my inks from rexccs, not in the knowledge that this seller sells decent quality inks but because they were the cheapest and filled their cartridges to 21ml. I've only changed the one cartridge so far (black) and apart from some leakage when pulling the sticker off the top which i sealed up with sellotape. I've had no problems.


when you got yours were the carts boxed ?


Not boxed but each cartridge is in silver anti-static type packaging and vacuum sealed. I ordered the 25 cartridges for £13.50 which came bundled together in a large jiffy bag. I've taken a picture of one so you can see what I mean:

http://i55.tinypic.com/1448s3s.jpg
#33
Fathead66
Another way to clear clogged heads is to fill the carts with water and then run the cleaning cycle a few times.If the printer has not been used for a long time let it stand overnight before attempting to clean the head as the cart itself has probably dried out leaving only the pigment from the ink Diluting the ink this way with water prevents the ink drying out so fast which is what causes the problem, or you could use isopropanol from your local chemist. I have used this method twice on Epson printers that have not been used for several months.You should of cause replace the carts when the print head been cleared.


I've scheduled a 'print test page' type print once a day as I heard that some of the compatibles can clog the print heads when not used for a while. Whether it helps, I don't know but it makes me feel better :)
#34
screamingninja
dontasciime
screamingninja
Glad you managed to sort out the printer, pepsi_max2k :)Coincidentally I bought my inks from rexccs, not in the knowledge that this seller sells decent quality inks but because they were the cheapest and filled their cartridges to 21ml. I've only changed the one cartridge so far (black) and apart from some leakage when pulling the sticker off the top which i sealed up with sellotape. I've had no problems.
when you got yours were the carts boxed ?
Not boxed but each cartridge is in silver anti-static type packaging and vacuum sealed. I ordered the 25 cartridges for £13.50 which came bundled together in a large jiffy bag. I've taken a picture of one so you can see what I mean:http://i55.tinypic.com/1448s3s.jpg

Thanks the 36 I got came like that as well. I had hoped for boxes for storage. Harder to post maybe.
#35
Most likely. Mine went through the letterbox and i guess if they were in boxes they may not have fit through, plus less packaging would keep the cost down.

I store mine in an ice cream tub (without the ice cream!) :)


Edited By: screamingninja on Feb 19, 2011 16:33
#36
For anyone that wants to setup printer without it being connected to a PC via usb or 10/100 etc at all and have everything print wirelessly from Xp (win 7 is easier somewhat with there being a few different methods/ better support for windows 7)

Setup printer first ...press spanner, then scroll to network settings, ether use the wizard or advanced, (choose infrastructure) so it's goes
through your router(as long as dhcp server is enabled in your router) and is assigned an IP via DHCP / etc find SSID / select enter wep/wpa key etc
///change lower case/ numbers via the menu button. A green led will light when Wi-Fi is on.. Check under confirm settings for correct details

If you want to print from devices directly like/ ipod/ n95/ etc choose adhoc but you must assign a static IP to the printer*

setup sx 515w..for xp (when you don't want to use as a standalone printer without USB or 10/100 and just want to use the Wi-Fi (probably works same

way for win 7 as well (with epson sx 515w w7 drivers)) install driver/ choose manual, then choose port LPT1..

Then find printer/ (Start / printers and faxes right click the sx 515w printer icon and choose properties then click the ports Tab, then click Add

Port choose Standard TCP/IP Port / new port / next / enter the IP your printer was assigned via DHCP ..eg 192.168.1.111 Then click next /

apply OK etc .. At next screen choose LPR / click OK


It would be best to use Epson netprint and Epson net config (when DHCP) assigns IP to your printer (Co's if it changes you need the enhanced Epson
Port to automatically adjust to the newly assigned IP address (the standard TCP/IP one above will not)

(after installing the 2 Epson utils [epson327369eu.exe] & [epson327376eu.exe] (assuming you have already installed the epson printer driver at step 1) follow the same steps to enable standard TCP/IP but choose EpsonNet Print Port instead and Auto for IP .If it does not find your printer make sure the printer has not gone into standby and press search/new search again.

Install in the following order

[1] epson325334eu.exe

[2] epson327369eu.exe

[3] epson327376eu.exe

[4] install Epson scan epson324758eu.exe

[5] open Epson scan settings and search for the IP assigned to the printer and add it click OK/ apply


*according to Epson

http://www.epson.co.uk/Store/Printers-and-All-in-Ones/Epson-Stylus-SX515W/Drivers-Support?supportLandingPage=true







Edited By: dontasciime on Feb 20, 2011 00:41: .
#37
Mine got delivered Friday. Great printer. Very easy to setup & use, the extra paper is good quality.

Advise anyone who gets this printer & has an iPhone to download the Epson iPrint app. Works like a treat!
#38
"Oops! The product you are looking for could not be found"
Looks like OOS, shame because Ryman have 12.5% student discount
#39
Even cheaper on Pixmania!

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