Thanks for the additional information. Based on what you say, I believe the electrical cable for the head got wet during cleaning, and is causing nothing to print… which is why we say to move the paper towel to not over saturate one area, and be careful not to drip liquid inside the printer, as it can damage the printer.
If this was my printer, I would remove the head, disconnect and dry the cable and surrounding areas, maybe with canned air where the cable plugs into the head, then carefully put the head back into the printer, do 1 cleaning cycle and print a nozzle check to see if anything starts printing. Please understand, I have a lot of experience with many Epson printer models over the years, but am not a certified tech, so can’t advise you to dismantle your printer, nor can I offer instructions or support if you decide to give it a try. I can tell you the print head is held in by three screws, and one must be careful when handling the head to avoid touching the smooth bottom surface with your hands (oils from your hands can damage the head), and generally be careful whenever working on printers to avoid further damage (also- always unplug the power whenever working on a machine). On a good note, although this is a very uncommon problem, it has happened a few times over the years, and I did give this same information to others who have done this, and although not everyone is comfortable touching the inside of their printers, a few have done this and successfully got their printers to print again- so there is hope.
I hope this helps, best regards~ Dana