Epson EcoTank ET-2760 Printer – Part 2

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  • […] With our printer now fully set up, it’s time to test it out and see how it does.  In Part 2 of our review, we’ll discuss our test results and take a closer look at the economics of the EcoTank concept. Read Part 2 of the review here. […]

  • […] our two part review of the Epson ET-2760 all-in-one unit (read Part 1 of our review here and Part 2 here). We probably do a little less printing than what an average homeowner or small business might […]

  • Matthew Monson says:

    I recently had a dime, 10 cent coin, fallinto the paper feed area of my epson ET-2760. I was able to retrieve it w/o issue, but since then the edge guide will not expand far enough to allow me to fit standard 8.5″ x 11″ paper into the feed area. Do k
    You know if there is a toggle or switch I may had inadvertently pushed, tapped, hit, when I flipped the printer out to get the dime to evacuate the feed area in which it slipped? Thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide.

    Matt Monson

    • Matthew:

      Thank you for your comment and for your interest in Apple Tech Talk.

      We are not aware of any switches or buttons that would hinder the movement of the paper guides. There is usually an internal mechanism that allows the opposing paper guide to move, when you move the opposite one. Our guess is that the dime may have kicked this mechanism off its track, or otherwise jammed the slides. Unfortunately, these are not usually user serviceable parts.

      Our best suggestion is to contact Epson Customer Support for the ET-2760 at (562) 276-4382. They are availableMonday – Friday 7 am – 4 pm (PT).

      You can also submit a written request using this url:

      They may be able to provide some guidance on how to get the paper guides working again.

      Let us know how you make out.

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