I have an Epson RX560 which Ive had for about 4 years and a PX800FW which is about 5 months old and hardly used.
I use the RX560 every day. I make personalised cards so its printing about 1000 cards per week. and yesterday my rollers were dirty so i went on epsons website to see if I could clean. About half an hour later i get a message saying my printer is at end of service life which is fair enough as its well used. I chatted to epson and they offered me the same printer brand new for £30 which 1 year warranty. Which I was really happy about because its the best printer for doing my cards. H said it would take too weeks to come which is fine coz I thought id just use the PX800FW instead.
The card tends to jam in this and doesnt print skin tones as nice even tho it uses exact same catridges. but start using this any way and printed about 100 cards and the same thing happens! End of service life. We paid over £200 for it about 5 months ago and up until last night it was used now and again to print one sheet of labels or a letter.
I find this a bit strange - can epson send a message to you printer to make it do this so you have to buy another one?
Any help would be great & rep would be left
Sorry for this being so long
Oh the other thing! I have instant replacement on the RX560 (the old one) with pc world . does anyone know if this covers end of service life?