This is one of the most common errors that occurs when the carriage caddy is jammed due to the packaging material being stuck, or if the cartridges are not seated properly. This error is usually on new printers when it’s first being setup; probably because the person setting up has made a mistake in properly configuring or installing it.
A quick look inside keeping in mind the two causes above and addressing them will resolve the issue. In General, here’s what you need to do to fix the issue open up the printer and ensure there is no material, tapes, or anything else stucked inside and the cartridges are seated in properly.
If reseating cartridges does not help, turn the printer off, take out the cartridges and inspect them carefully to see if any material is left over on the cartridges.
If no material is found, reseat the cartridges and check again.
If you still receive the 0xea error then contact the retailer you purchased the printer from for a replacement.