Problem printing with Epsom XP-710 Printer

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    I have two problems the first is it keeps throwing up that there is a paper jam, there isnt one, sometimes if i continue to remove and replace the cartridges it will work for a while. But now it I am getting a message of "A Printers ink pad is at the end of its service life" and so I cant access the printers home page!
     
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    Brian: Do you use OEM Epson ink and cartridges?
     
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    Hi Rufus No I use compatable cartridges and other than getting a reminder from Epsom they work fine
     
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    zs
     
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    Sorry Ruffin just noticed I got your name wrong, appologies
     
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    You can try unplugging printer from wall outlet. Leave it disconnected three minutes.
    Then restore power plug and turn on printer. Strongly recommend OEM Epson ink & cartridges.
    May be too late with ink pad error message.
     
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    Thanks Ruffin will try
     
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