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 21 
 on: May 24, 2016, 08:29:28 PM 
Started by Charley - Last post by cisinks
Link to the resetter :

http://www.the-inkstore.co.uk/frame/pages/sscserve%20info.htm

 22 
 on: May 24, 2016, 08:28:31 PM 
Started by Charley - Last post by cisinks
It's like an open desert in this forum, but I am replying to your reply today,  Cry

So there are ways for you to reset the ink pad once it gets full, but the only draw-back to this is, if you are able to successfully reset the ink pad, it still doesn't change the fact that there is ink near or full in the printer.

I had a customer who was successfully able to reset the ink pads, but his printer eventually LEAKED from the bottom of the base of the printer where the print-head sits and it just poured out. Even when it is full and you reset it, it still will leak eventually.

If you are staying away from Epson and will stick to other brands , DON'T BUY HP. If you think the Epson's are bad, the HP are worst in where they cut every corner to prevent people from using these third party cartridges.

Cheers  Roll Eyes

 23 
 on: May 24, 2016, 08:22:51 PM 
Started by wfpaxton - Last post by cisinks
Hello,

Please advise, that the Artisan 837 printer is NOT the same chips as the WF-7610 printer that you have.

You will need to make sure you are using the correct chips for the WF-7610.

IF You are , and ALL cartridges are not recognizing, you need to hard reset the printer .

You will need to do this ONCE with the battery wire installed on the chips and ONCE without it. Depending on the printers firmware, one of these will work .

Take a look at our online instructions here for a precise guide on how to do this .

https://cisinks.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/5000697074-t252-epson-wf-3620-wf-3640-wf-7610-wf-7620-wf-7110-wf-2630-wf-2640-wf-2650-wf-2660-not-recognizing-c

You may contact us for support there. You will get a response sooner than this forum. Thank you.
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 24 
 on: May 22, 2016, 01:14:20 PM 
Started by wfpaxton - Last post by wfpaxton
Like the title says. I installed one of these on my Epson Artisan 837 without too much trouble, and loved it until that one reached end of life. Got the WF-7610 specifically so we could do CISInks continuous supply. Unfortunately, I can't get the printer to recognize the CIS cartridges on this new printer.

Here's a summary of what happens:
Printer prompts to install the cartridges.
I open the scanner and push the button for 3 seconds.
On printer touch screen, if I push "Check" it says: "Ink cartridges are installed correctly. Close the scanner unit."
I close the scanner unit and it checks: "Checking the ink cartridges. Please wait..."
Then it says "Cannot recognize the following cartridges" and lists all 4.

I've installed the cartridges. No problems there. Battery is connected to the cartridges. I have verified that the battery is connected and that the battery is charged (3.2V).

To my knowledge there have been no firmware updates to the printer since it was installed.

Please advise. Thanks!

 25 
 on: May 21, 2016, 07:52:38 PM 
Started by Charley - Last post by Mfink
My Epson Workforce 1100 printer started showing me a notice that the ink pads are nearing the end of there service life.
   Shortly it just stopped with the note that the end of there service life and the paper feed light and the ink light flash alternately

   Now I found a listing for company that sells a reset key but I cannot make their website work.  However I did see that they listed a British company that has a waste ink recovery system to replace the ink pads.

   I, having purchased 2 different CISS systems I am wondering if CISInks will be providing these systems for their customers.

   I am in the middle, page 118 of 210, of a short story I need printed.

                                Charley


I know I'm a bit late on the reply here, years it looks like. This is epson's way of making you buy a new printer regardless if it still works or not. Had this happen with a printer at work the workforce 845. There is a software reset for this error that various companies supply for $10 or so. I will never buy an epson again due to this, when a company embeds this into printer firmware because they think it exceeded it page capacity they have lost my business. Plenty of other options out there


 26 
 on: May 21, 2016, 07:44:17 PM 
Started by Mfink - Last post by Mfink
Any chance of getting a ciss put together and have bulk ink available? This printer replaced the Canon  Pro9000 which I also have. Got a super deal on the new printer but it came without ink.

Thanks!
Mark

 27 
 on: February 24, 2016, 11:05:15 AM 
Started by cindylou - Last post by torqueroll
Worked perfect, thanks!!!!

 28 
 on: February 23, 2016, 07:02:30 PM 
Started by cindylou - Last post by cisinks
Hello,

Is there anywhere on the printer indicating a " Printer Failure " error message?

You will need to install the original HP cartridges to access the printer menu.

If so , this means that you are required to reset the printer back to manufacturer settings. Once this is performed, you would then locate for a setting called " Cartridge Chip Information " or "HP Protection " and DISABLE or TURN OFF this setting.

Once this is performed, you should then install the cartridges to see if this works.


 29 
 on: February 16, 2016, 06:47:30 PM 
Started by cindylou - Last post by torqueroll
Having issues with my CIS on my HP after several months. My Printer is now a brick. There is a problem with the printer or ink system. Turn printer off then on, if problem persists contact HP.

What now?

My order number is/was #150927-423109-42607

 30 
 on: November 20, 2015, 08:45:18 PM 
Started by docwatson99 - Last post by docwatson99
I'm not sure how helpful this will be to anyone else, but I'll throw it out there just in case.  I have a WF-3520 which has the refillable cartridges, that I have had more problems with than I would like (see previous posts).  I also have a WF 7520 which prints larger paper, but I don't use it that much so I haven't acquired the refillable cartridges for it yet (they are the same cartridges for both printers).  We recently did a lot of printing on the 3520 (70 ml of black ink in 3 days).  We were seeing the same "can't recognize" message several times.  When I couldn't get the black to work I pulled out the black cartridge from the big printer and it worked in the small printer fine.  Our of curiosity I put the defective black cartridge into the big printer and it worked fine there??!!  So I swapped them back and now the black refillable works fine in the small printer also.  Over the course of the next three days this "solution" worked more than once for me.  I don't know if the 7520 handles cartridges differently, but it corrected the issue every time I've tried it so far??

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