If I Had a Dime for Each Minute I Spent Dealing With These Problems....
22 August 2014
Summary: Bought from Target on 8/13/2013 ($120). It was used to print Xmas cards and a few other documents. Anyone who knows me knows that I use many other tools to save things I need and rarely print anything unless it's something I have to sign and scan in or snail mail - and that's rare too. In July 2014, the printer developed a paper jam that couldn't be cleared.
Summary: The printer looks great, but installation caused my system to crash. Epson referred me to microsoft and microsoft referred me to HP. ALL because of an add-in by abbyfine. Epson knows of this issue and has not repaired. I now am blocked out of using microsoft office on my computer.
Summary: I am the grandma, and ever since I gave up my dot matrix, I have used nothing but Epsons at home. I even gave away the Lexmarks I got for free with computer purchases. I loved my CX6600 and would still be using it if the ink hadn't irreparably clogged the jets. Unfortunately, this machine does not come up to the standards Epson used to have, and customer service is horrible. The housing is much cheaper than my old printer, and the display is confusing.
Summary: This printer sucks. It takes forever to print if it even decides to. I literally made pasta once in the time it took for this stupid thing to print a 7 page power point. It constantly has errors. I don't know what it's doing half the time, but it's definitely not printing. This printer can suck an egg.
Summary: I am a person who reads the reviews and looks over many products for HOURS on Amazon before I buy. I am a small business owner and needed this printer to work out of the box. It didn't. This crap catcher couldn't even get through the setup. Tech Support gave me the run around for two hours. Yes, I stayed on for two hours because I need to print and scan about 25 documents yesterday.
Summary: I bought this Epson because of the high ratings, also because it would enable printing from my Ipad. the quality of the print was good, and I was excited about this machine until the ink ran out. I replace with genuine Epson Ink, which i purchased at the same time as the printer. The printer will not recognize the ink cartridges. it will not print (even just black which is not low), I can't even clean the print heads.
Summary: When my last epson's printer head dried past the point of recovery I debated whether to purchase another. I had nothing but problems with my last one. After much research, I realized every brand of printer had it's problems.The 3520 and 3540 had the most positive reviews so I ordered the 3520. I didn't even make it through the initialization before tragedy struck. It would not recognize the yellow ink cartridge.