One RARE Winged Epson Cartridge Chip Board CSIC Pins (9-pin or 7-pin) Artisan

SKU:
PPO-EP-CSIC-9PIN-WING
  • One RARE Winged Epson Cartridge Chip Board CSIC Pins (9-pin or 7-pin) Artisan
  • One RARE Winged Epson Cartridge Chip Board CSIC Pins (9-pin or 7-pin) Artisan
  • One RARE Winged Epson Cartridge Chip Board CSIC Pins (9-pin or 7-pin) Artisan
  • One RARE Winged Epson Cartridge Chip Board CSIC Pins (9-pin or 7-pin) Artisan
  • One RARE Winged Epson Cartridge Chip Board CSIC Pins (9-pin or 7-pin) Artisan
  • One RARE Winged Epson Cartridge Chip Board CSIC Pins (9-pin or 7-pin) Artisan
  • One RARE Winged Epson Cartridge Chip Board CSIC Pins (9-pin or 7-pin) Artisan
  • One RARE Winged Epson Cartridge Chip Board CSIC Pins (9-pin or 7-pin) Artisan
  • One RARE Winged Epson Cartridge Chip Board CSIC Pins (9-pin or 7-pin) Artisan
  • One RARE Winged Epson Cartridge Chip Board CSIC Pins (9-pin or 7-pin) Artisan
$9.99
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Description

Package includes: 1 x 9-Pin.  Winged (rare).

Winged 9-pins are rare (mostly for older models).  Make sure you got the correct type (see below for how to check)

  • Replace broken CSIC pins on ECB (Epson Cartridge Board).  Epson's contact pins are notoriously easy to break.  When the pin break, it creases "cartridge cannot be recognized" error.  Instead of throwing the printer away, we can replace the broken pin with a new assebly.
  • Package includes: One rare Winged 9-pin assembly.
  • If your 9-Pin doesn't have two long arms on the top, you probably need the regular 9-pin instead (click).

How can I know what kind of CSIC my Epson uses?

  • NUMBER OF PINS. Count number of pins on your broken one, if it is 9, go to next bullet and see if it has wings.  If it has 7 pins and has wings, then take a look of this picture.  The 7-pin is basically a winged 9-pin with two pins removed on the top roll. We do not recommend to use 9-pin to replace 7-pin.  However, if you have problem finding a 7-pin supplier (very hard), you can try this winged 9-pin product.  You don't need to remove the extra pins.  However, if you do, use a plier to lift the brass pin straight-up and it will disengage.  You will have two extra pins for futhure use.
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  • WINGED OR UNWINGED.
    • The winged pins are usually used by older models like Artisan 1400 1430, some Stylus and early models of WorkForce (e.g., WF-830, WF-835). They will have two long arms on the top.  Here is a picture example.  
    • The regular un-winged pins are used in newer models such as WorkForce WF-3620 WF-3620 WF-7720 and Expression XP model such as XP-6100 XP-7100. It is the most popular 9-pin.
    • The regular (un-Winged) pins are more triangular.  The winged pins are rounder.
       
    • If your printer has a structure surrounds the 9-pin, so you cannot see if it has wing or not.  It should be regular (un-Winged). If you have a winged 9-pin, it should be very easy to tell.  Example of 9-Pin in Expression XP.  The top is covered by blue plastics but you can tell it is a regular from the triangular shape of the pins.
      WorkForce 6090.  You can tell it is a regular (un-winged) because 1) it is a WorkForce 2) It has triangular shaped pins.

 

  • Easy installation:
    • 1. Remove ECB from base
    • 2. Slide out the assembly with broken pins
    • 3. Slide in the new assembly
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