How to Fix 0x9A Error on Epson Workforce Pro WF-5620: F1 Fuse Replacement and Printhead Issues

Question:

I am looking for an F1 Fuse for an Epson Workforce Pro WF-5620 printer with a 0x9A error message. Can you tell me the specific characteristics of the component you are proposing?

Answer:
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For your Epson Workforce Pro WF-5620 printer displaying a 0x9A error message, the issue is often related to a faulty F1 fuse on the mainboard. To address this, you can replace the F1 fuse with a suitable replacement from our store. I have circled the F1 fuse on your mainboard in the attached picture. You can find the replacement fuse at BCH Technologies F1 Fuse [https://bchtechnologies.com/f1-fuse-also-f2-f3-for-epson-mainboard-fix-error-0x9a-or-031006-on-wf-7720-wf-7710-wf-3640-wf-3620-wf-8510-et-8550-xp-15000/]. 

Additionally, there is a high probability (>99% chance) that you will need a new printhead. This component is often the root cause of the error and may require replacement to restore your printer's functionality. You can search for a compatible printhead on Amazon or eBay to find the best option for your needs.

Addressing printer issues can be a complicated affair due to the hands-on nature of the problems. So, we're not able to provide remote troubleshooting, suggestions, or support for printer repairs. We offer an in-person evaluation and repair service via our local diagnostic facility (https://bchtechnologies.com/printer-repair-service). Given the high demand, we operate on a first-come, first-served basis. So, it might take a few weeks before we can get your printer to drop it off or mail it to us. Our services are structured to repair either a whole printer or specific parts, with clear instructions on how to proceed if you opt for mail-in or local drop-off services. However, we acknowledge that our rates aren't the most economical. Thus, we highly recommend that you resort to self-help via online research. You can start by checking out YouTube or visiting our YouTube channel's homepage (https://youtube.com/@bchtechnologies). Look for specific videos using the search icon next to "About" on the right-hand side of the menu bar. I receive dozens of queries every day asking about videos for specific topics. Having created videos over the past nine years, it's challenging to remember every single one. Therefore, using YouTube's search function would be most efficient. Plus, YouTube might suggest relevant videos from other channels that could assist you.

Thank you once again for reaching out to us. Your support is invaluable, and we are always here to help you with your technical needs.

Jun 18th 2024 Kevin Day

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