EPSON WF-6090,WF-6530, WF-6590 Series Service Manual Page 241-264

Confidential Details of Adjustments 246 EPSON WF-6590/WF-6530/WF-6090 Series Revision C 11. After about 30 seconds have passed, check the valve on the pressure gauge, and compare it with the recorded value. „ „ Difference is less than 0.4kPa: No problem. Go to Step 12 . Difference is 0.4kPa or more: Air may be leaking. Disconnect the ink tubes of the Ink Supply Unit from the Printhead, and connect them again correctly. Then, start the check again from Step 3 . 12. Open the valve B to release the air pressure in the jig. 13. After confirming the valve on the pressure gauge is 0.0kPa, remove the Ink Leak Check Cartridge from the Printer. 14. Repeat from Step 3 to Step 11 for the rest of the ink cartridge slot to check. 15. After checking all the ink cartridge slot, press and hold the power button of the pressure gauge for about four to five seconds to turn off. † Inspection procedure by (Previous tool) Ink Leak Measurement Jig 1. Turn each valve of the Ink Leak Measurement Jig as follows. „ „ „ Valve A : Open Valve B : Open Valve C : Open 2. Connect the Ink Leak Check Cartridge to the Ink Leak Measurement Jig. Figure 3-17. Ink Leak Check (1) 3. Install the Ink Leak Check Cartridge into the ink cartridge slot of the printer to check. 4. Press the power button of the pressure gauge. „ Do not leave the product for three days or more after the Ink Leak check is finished. „ Make sure to perform the CL1 before the Initial Charge after the Ink Leak Check is finished. „ Decompression ( " Release method of the pressure (p245)" ) is executed when there is a possibility of leaving it for three days or more after ink leak is checked, leak is checked again, and after CL1 is executed, an initial ink charge is executed. Connect tube while pressing here Tube of Ink Leak Check Cartridge
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Epson WF-6090 Series Service Manual Page 241-264
Epson WF-6530 Series Service Manual Page 241-264
Epson WF-6590 Series Service Manual Page 241-264

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