Epson F2000/2100 Print Head Removal and Install

customerFebruary 27, 20194 comments

To remove the print head on your Epson F2000 and F2100, 

Remove the damper unit (4 screws on either side)
Remove the black clip on the right
Pull damper unit out and disconnect the ribbons

 Now you will see the head which is held by 3 screws

One is obvious and the other 2 are on the left and right of the small ribbons.
That's it....you can now pull the print-head out.

You will first need it to take the pressure off the lines. If you remove the ink lines without using the software make sure you have some sponges/cloth available to lay below the print head. The ink will start running out of the lines once you remove 2 or 3 screws but the ink will run onto the sponges/cloth you laid down and not the printer itself. Doing it without the software wastes less time and ink.

Here is a video (not in english) on removing the Epson F2000 print head

 

Here is a video on Installing the Print Head in the Epson F2000/F2100

It seems as though you can get print heads here for around $1700

Comments (4)

Konstantins Steblovskis on August 28, 2020

Hi there, nozzle 3 and 4 got clogged. I have taken apart the printhead. I left the head in worm water mixed with unckloging liquid but it still same. For how long i can leave the head in liquid ofr the nozzle to uncklog. Thanks

Stoyan Petrov on April 16, 2020

Hi there, have another one – can i change only one of the dampers of F2100, instead of changing the whole kit, and if so what is the damper part code? Thank you in advance for your reply!

Stoyan Petrov on April 15, 2020

Hi there, thank you for your email from earlier today. I have a question – is the service manual the same for F2100, as i have received manual for F2000. And i have another one – can i change only on of the dampers, instead of changing the whole kit, and if so what is the damper part code? Thank you in advance for your reply!

Stoyan Petrov on April 15, 2020

Hi there, i need the service manual for the epson F2100. Do you have it, do you sell it?

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