Epson Printer Error Code 0xf3 mainly occurs when a foreign object has been struck inside the printer. To fix Epson Error Code 0xF3, you first need to clean the paper jam that is creating obstruction inside the printer. Other than that, when the carriage reaches its rightmost home position, the error code might start to appear.

Epson Error Code 0xF3 also occurs due to jammed or detached ink vacuum tubes in Epson Printers. There are several solutions to debug this error depending on the reason which is causing this error.

Steps to Troubleshoot Epson Printer Error Code 0xF3

Follow the below mentioned steps to deal with issue on your own. Our Epson Printer Technical Support team members have jotted down the easiest solution to fix this error code 0xF3.

Step1: All the external components including the ink tanks should be removed from the Epson Printer along with the windows system and rear components.

Step2: The next thing you need to do is to detach the Printer’s ink lever gently. After doing so, remove the front panel screws out of the printer.

Step3:  Now dismount the LCD and the front panel from the device followed by detaching the back panel screws carefully to get rid of this error.

Step 4:  Now remove the main back section to work with LCD display features. After doing so gently clean up the left encoder section through dry cleenex tissue paper.

Step 5: Testing the printer

After completion of all the above process, insert the paper and the cover 2 switch carefully for test printing. Remount the printer carefully and removed the scotch by following steps in reversing mode.

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