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Hi Good day!!! try this trick ^_^ open the cover of your printer to see the print head, now turn off your printer you will see your print head is moving when it moves to the center pull out the power cord of your printer ( this trick is about good timing) if success the print head is now in the center now remove the ink cartridge (note don't installed the new cartridge yet) now turn back on you printer without the cartridges, your printer will recognize that the cartridges are missing, ^_^ and finally your printer will find the your inks after that insert it according to its location.
Changing a printer cartridge is not complex but improper handling of the parts may damage the printer and the cartridge. If the user notices that while printing the ink comes out dry or faded, it may be time to change the ink or the toner. The user will know if it is time to change the toner because instead of a sharp image, one will get a faded image. It is time to change the ink cartridge when the printing comes out spotty or colors are used to replace others —for instance, blue for black or yellow for red. Remember, faded images signal the need to change the toner; spotty printing signals the need to change the ink cartridge get more help for change cartridge . Hope this helps you.
Calibrate your new blank ink cartridge, have some nozzle check, cleaning check, and printer alignment. This are procedure that new ink cartridge will have to calibrate before you use. Epson printer are very sensitive when capable of changing ink cartridge. Unlink HP directly work without any print test because the cartridge head and ink join together, Epson with ink cartridge and the head separate. Have some test on it at Printer Maintenance. I'm sure 100% works on it. Good luck!
There is a great possibility that that the cartridge is bad.
You could take it back to Ink Stop to check and for an exchange.
Most of the time the cartridge may be overfilled.
Check the cartridge printhead, if it is wet, blot it dry with a paper towel.
If is a color cartridge, check for all 3 colors are present
by pressing the printhead on a piece of paper
if 1 color is missing, the printer will sense the cartridge as bad.
Do the following steps in installing the cartridges
Remove both catridges
Unplug printer, wait 3 minutes, plug back printer.
Turn printer back on
Wait until printer stop
Check the contacts of the cartridge to be clean
Install both cartridges.
I found that the proper way to do it only worked when the ink light was flashing red. Then when I pressed the stop button it moved across and stopped beneath the marker to show which cartridge needed changing. The I pressed the stop button again and it moved to a place where I could change it.
This happened despite the fact that the pictures I was printing blatently showed that I needed to replace my ink, it wasn't until I had printed the liney pictures a few times that the printer decided the ink level was low enough to turn the flashing light on and let me change it.
The cartridge has no chip to reset. I'm guessing that the problem might be the printer. Have you tried turning off the printer for about 30 seconds? If this didn't work try turning it off and unplugging the usb and power for 30 seconds. This is to reset the printer to recognize a full cartridge. If this doesn't work, did you put the cartridge in the correct position? Is it aligned correctly? Hope this helps.