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Epson printer-Replace 1 cartridge...then more are 'empty'??


buel

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Hi, I have an epson r220 and i notice than sometimes when i run out of one colour, and then replce it, as soon as i start printing again (or even turn the printer on)it says that one or more other colours are empty! This seems a little odd as they didn't seem to be empty before the original colour needed replacing.

Please does anyone have any thoughts on this?

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Had same problem with a SX215, found a full reset solved the problem.

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buel

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Hi,please can you tell me how to do a full reset?

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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You can reset it using the SSC software here

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buel

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Hi, i have downloaded the SSC software but unfortunately under the tab 'Ink Monitor' there is no printer selected, even if i refresh. However, under the tab 'configuration', my printer IS shown

Also, under the tab 'resetter', i clicked on 'test' option and it asks me 'Do you want to begin chip resetting' and 'Remember to remove chip'.....please can i ask what chip i need to remove??

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