I purchased a couple Tjet 3s from an auction of US Screen going out of business. This was a while ago, so when I got these printers, there were issues with clogged printheads, etc... I've fixed most of those issues, thanks to the threads here, however, one of the printers is trying to test my patience. In the middle of the trial and error phase of cleaning the print heads and printing test pages, it abruptly stopped half way through a print and threw the error and ink lights blinking at the same time. The manual says this is a height sensor problem, however, when I ran the Epson program, it told me that the fatal error code was 61 and that it was the "PW Sensor". Once again, from this forum I found out what it was, removed it, cleaned it (honestly it looked brand new as these machines were newly refurbished from US screen before they went out of business) and re-installed with no luck. I'm still getting the error code. My question is that given the circumstances (abruptly stopping in the middle of a print) is this most like a cable or sensor problem. Meaning, is it most likely that the sensor really did go out?? From what I understand from the hours of reading on this site, most of these problems are simply needing to be cleaned, however, this seems out of place because these units are practically brand new. Just curious if anyone had any advice.