First off thanks for the help John.
This is a Linux Box. And, I apologize for not really having all the technical data handy. I will record more this time around, with the Wifi printout and some Linux Specific Printouts relevant to the Printer Network stuff.
No, I did not use WPS as I understand it. I'm quite sure this is what I've done, as it says in the User Guide: ""Wi-Fi Infrastructure Mode Setup" using the "Wi-Fi Setup Wizard" I've not had good luck with WPS.
I downloaded all the software, installed it, went to the printer and choose the Network, then Entered the Password as I normally do. Then into the computer to Add Printer and Proceed to the Wifi Setup. This usually works for me, and has here, but with this particular Printer, it seems to lose the Password due to Electrical Outages? I don't think this is normal, but is not that uncommon either here where we have lot's of Power Outages. I think it should save the password better. This is the second time in a year that I've had to fix this, so my Linux friend is not happy lol.
I also contacted Epson because I'm still not all that familiar with how well these printers save passwords, and what would cause one to lose the password. I did some research and can't find any info on how they store/save passwords, eprom, ram, CMOS it is all eluding me atm.
Here is the User Guide as I'm sure you've looked at.
Sorry still trying to become familiar with all the Terminology.