If you own an Epson R200, R220, R300, R320, R340, RX600, RX620 it is very simple to remove the printhead for cleaning.

Our new revised nozzle blaster kit will show you how to remove the printhead for very stubborn clogs.

Iím sure most of you have read somewhere on the internet about Epson printheads becoming clogged. No matter how good they are, they get clogged for no reason and do not unclog by themselves.

WARNING!  You must be handy and have some working knowledge of do it yourself.

The instructions included CAN NOT cover all possible conditions and situations that may occur. It must be understood by the person that common sense can not be built into the instructions.




There are only 5 easy steps to remove the printhead on these Epson models: R200, R220, R300, R320, R340, RX600, RX620

You will only need a few tools.

1. A small flat blade screwdriver.

2. A Philip screwdriver

3. A pair of needle nose pliers 

4. A good flashlight


We will show you how to remove the printhead with out removing any printer covers or dismantling any major printer parts


















Removal of the printhead takes some patients and the desire to fix the printer.

There is better then a 50/50 chance that you will fix the printer. Remember it did not work before so you have nothing to loose.


We always do research and test our product before releasing it. Here we show some of the Epson printheads we removed. There is no need to remove the entire printhead assembly just the print head.

This cleaning kit can be used on any Epson model