Damien Albright "He will live badly who does not know how to die well” - Seneca", Amazon
9 June 2011
Summary: This printer did a good job of printing photos, scanning and copying for about six months. Then it received a paper jam error with NO paper inside. Did the basic fixes as recommended from various forums such as blowing compressed air on the sensor, trying new paper and turning the printer upside...
Summary: It suck badly. Every week or so the print quality goes to hell. There are blank lines across the letters, font 5+, cause it didn't print that part. So you need to clean the nozzel and realign the headers. Doing the clean and realignment kill ink levels! I don't even use this printer that often!
CX7800 - overpriced with some serious performance problems
Carolyn F. Crane, Amazon
27 February 2009
Summary: I am presently looking for a printer to replace the CX7800 and am appalled to see what they are presently selling for....I got mine at Sam's for $69.99 about 3 or 4 years ago. I liked the separate ink tanks because my grandchildren love to print stuff so I use lots of ink.
Summary: I've had this printer fro 2.5 years and, if I could, I would throw it out the window. Every time I try to print it makes weird noises and refuses to print. When it finally does print it leaves huge smudges of ink all over the paper so that you have to print again, wasting time, money, ink, and...
Summary: I have found that this printer gets paper jams quite often. Then it jams and you get a code for service. Clearing the jam does not help when you get the service code. Have not had the copier very long.
Unreliable, lots of crashes, lousy product support.
David S., Amazon
26 October 2007
Summary: DO NOT BUY THIS PRINTER UNLESS YOU LOVE MISERY. I bought my first CX7800 a year ago. It never worked properly. It frequently crashed in mid-task. The scanner was especially problematic, it never printed full-page color at any resolution without crashing in midstream.
Summary: My first Epson Stylus the print heads went out 2 weeks before the warranty ran out (fortunately for me). Tech Support (my dime) was real helpful, sent me out a replacement Fed Ex and they didn't want the old one returned to them.
Summary: I bought one of these in March '06, and it was dead by August. The replacement that the store gave me in August died in December. The store no longer sells the printer, so I got a refund. The quality of the prints was fine, but the problem was that the paper would not feed through the machine.
Summary: Epson has designed their printers to malfunction without frequent replacement of their own extremely over-priced ink cartridges. If you try a more affordable after market cartridge you will need to send your printer to Epson repair for servicing.