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I have found it to be very sensitive to the position of the paper. Make sure it is pushed all the way to the bottom of the tray.
By John F. Smith on September 10, 2013
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When one color runs out, the printer will not operate until that one color is replaced!
By LMM on November 14, 2014
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OK, I have read the manual and read LOTS of online reviews and my answer would be it is NOT recommended for cardstock. People who HAVE run cardstock through it have eventually had trouble with the rollers not grabbing. There is a 'mode' for "Epson Presentation Paper - Heavyweight Matte" which is #44. The cardstock I ha… see more OK, I have read the manual and read LOTS of online reviews and my answer would be it is NOT recommended for cardstock. People who HAVE run cardstock through it have eventually had trouble with the rollers not grabbing. There is a 'mode' for "Epson Presentation Paper - Heavyweight Matte" which is #44. The cardstock I have is #65. IF you need to run primarily cardstock, I would advise against it. OR be sure to change the setting to the Presentation Paper mode. If you can get by with a 44 pound weight paper, then it seems that this printer can handle it. I would guess an occasional piece of cardstock won't kill it but if you primarily print cardstock you might want a more robust printer. Hope this helps! PS. I usually use a high quality paper to print normal copies and it's #22 - just for comparison. see less
By Book Groupie on January 9, 2013
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Yes airprint too boot
By swoodruff on June 4, 2015 SELLER
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I just emailed Epson your exact question. I should get a response later today. Ill let you know as soon as I do.
By Martin & Earl on May 15, 2015 SELLER
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I don't think so. They are individually installed and the software displays percent used for each one.
Plus, they sell a large black cartridge sEparately.

By Daddyboop on February 4, 2013
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On the printer settings change to color. Did u try that?
By Gerald Kriner on October 22, 2014
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Yes. Set it up air print. Through your wireless network or go straight from USB. I print from my Mac, iPhone, and iPad just fine.
By KP on March 9, 2013
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They make it easy to purchase cartridges online and cartridges are in office supply stores, buy you cannot refill a cartridge yourself. Hope this is helpful.
By TFC on November 18, 2013