Question about Epson Stylus Multifunction Inkjet Printer/ Copier/ Scanner
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Epson 68 cartridges cannot be legally refilled at this time. There are two chips that monitor the ink levels. Once the ink gets below 25% the inner chip deactivates the outer chip so it cannot be reset. Any replacement chips you can buy are technically violating patent law. To refill these you would need a chip resetter and always refill it before it gets below 25%. I own a Cartridge World ink refilling store and I would not recommend refilling these yourself unless you enjoy getting ink everywhere and possibly still not having the cartridge work (btw there is no "refill hole" you make it yourself, thus the messiness).
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
I wouldn't recommend it because it will void your Epson warranty.
Color Ink prints are nice, but this cannot be an everyday printer --- the cartridges will put you in the poor house.
Buy a cheap monochrome laser printer (recommend the Brother brand) and save the purple ink for the elections.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
I KNOW THAT YOU CAN RESET YOUR PRINTER SYSTEM ONLINE BY USING THE EPSON.COM SERVER AVAILABLE SOFTWARE, I JUST HAD MINE RESETED BY A FRIEND AND IS WORKING JUST FINE, AND STILL USING THE AFTERMARKET RESETABLE CARTRIDGES..
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
You cant recode the cartridge it is programmed to die and fry. You can get chips but many DIY filling options are going to cause you other issues down the road, they are a cheap way to run your printer but eventually willc ause you issues such as ink leaks which leads to the in pad needing to be renewed not to mention some other horror stories. I would alays reccomend OEM inks, but if non OEM is hte way you want to go contact a retail outlet that specialises in refilling spent cartridges.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
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