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  1. I keep getting ink lines on the edges of my sublimation paper and shirt after pressing. I use blowout paper and after adjusted both the amount of pressure. What else can I do?

    1. It sounds like the paper’s edge is getting ink during the printing process. Your print settings have to be adjusted. What paper are you using? What is the weight? And what are your print settings?

  2. Shelly Garber says:

    I have this issue too, it’s not from ink on the edge of the paper because I trimmed all my edges after this happened thinking the same.

    1. Send me pics of the issue through my email (see contact us for the address). Please let me know the printer, paper, print settings, pics of sublimation transfer and pressed image. Let’s try to figure this out.

  3. Is there a way to remove an extra line that was sublimated onto a polyester jacket? It is neon yellow jacket and when I sublimated I had a spot on the paper that I did not get cut off, so it got sublimated on with the logo. Can I use some kind of marker to cover it? The line is about 3″ long and black.

  4. I got problem with my slabs they all I’m lines when them came out I’m not sure what I do wrong

    1. Hi Diana,
      Sorry you’re having problems. Are the lines on the sublimation print too, before you press it? Or are they only showing up on the slab after you press?

  5. My image are printing with pink stains

    1. Do a nozzle check and see how that looks. Is it doing that on one design only or on everything you print? Join our FB group so you can post a pic of your problem and we’ll see if we can figure it out.

  6. My Epson 2803 is two months old and it’s giving me paper jammed error messages o have checked wey well and there is nothing jammed inside I’m or able to print anything o get codes 000025. 000033 000021

    1. Have you fully opened the printer to see if there’s a piece of paper that ripped off and got stuck inside?

  7. This is a common problem with the Epson printer, once you convert it the warranty and help is gone. I had 25 print when mine started. Good luck getting in touch with Epson. Now junk.

    1. Yes, that’s the risk people take when they convert a regular Epson printer into a sublimation one. Epson’s manufacturer’s warranty is instantly voided once sublimation ink is added into a regular inkjet printer. To avoid this, purchase a “real” sublimation printer such as the Sawgrass SG500, SG1000, Epson SureColor F170 (read our full review here), or the Epson F570 Pro.

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