The last time, I explained the Epson error message 0xEA, 0x69. I said, "checking the clear belt," and most of you have no idea what I'm talking about. Here is an example. You'll start, and the printer's going to smash to the left, hit to the right, and stop. That's 0xEA. Here's the clear belt, and you're going to find that the cartridge is hard to move. Now, can you see the belt's twisted? If you see the opening right here, most of the time, the belt is caught right there, so use your finger, push it back and give a little tap. Now, you can see the belt is vertical, and it's straightforward to move the printer around.
I'm going to put a link to the previous video in which I talked about other things other than the clear belt, so if you find the belt does not cause the problem and it may be caused by something else you want to check, okay? This one is fixed. Let's restart. You can see everything works.