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dburgess
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« on: March 23, 2013, 11:49:55 AM »

I have an Epson Stylus NX100.  I used the CISS for several months and recently refilled the storage bottles with ink about 80% full.  When the lights came on for out of ink on yellow cart., I removed the set as usually and reinstalled.  Now I get a statement that these are not Epson cartridges.  After repeated installations and no improvement, I installed a set of Epson cartridges and they worked until the black was out.  Tried again to install, same problem.

Is there a way to bypass the compatible cartridge reading on the Epson and just go ahead and print?

 Angry

I found a solution.  By going through the control panel on the computer, I disabled the Epson check for the ink levels of the cartridges.  Now it prints perfectly and my ink check is the levels in the supply bottles.
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« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2013, 01:41:38 PM »

Hey there. Unfortunately, there's no way to bypass this. But from what you're describing, it might due to an update. Have there been any software updates that you are aware of? If so, this could be causing it.

Other than that, I would pull the cartridges out of the printer and clean the chips with some rubbing alcohol and a wipe. If that doesn't work, then the chips might need to replaced, if that's the case, call us! (626) 575 0860
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