Question about Epson Stylus Photo R320 InkJet Printer
DOWNLOAD, SSC SERVICE UTILITY, AND RESET COUNTERS.
Posted on May 02, 2009
Please go to my website http://www.the-inkstore.co.uk . I have the latest version of SSC Service Utility to download directly onto your computer and instructions on how to use it, what to click on etc etc. Click any of the Epson links if you can't find it, everything you need to know will be there.
For Epson RX500 users there is also a manual reset on my site, as the SSC Serve software won't do it for you.
When using the program & choosing your printer from the list, it may have a weird name with 'x' in the model number, this is because some configurations are for many models in a series. For example, the C46 will be listed as C4x as it is for the C42, C44 & C46 models.
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Posted on Jul 15, 2008
Try Programme called SSC Service Utility
Posted on Sep 17, 2007
I can fix it
text me at 09192589332
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
See my other post use GEM link not just chip resetter, right click on task bar icon to access other feature
Posted on Dec 25, 2007
The manual is just going to tell you to see your dealer. I went through this over the weekend on an R300.
Posted on Sep 19, 2007
SOURCE: service required
Had the same problem. Give it a try worked greats ) enjoy
Took alot of work but I fixed it.
Frist thing you need to know that error means your ink waste pad is full. Its a $75.00 to replace but there is a work around it.
You will need this free app. SSC service utitlty.
http://inkjetprinterhelp.us/epsonSSC.html Its a great app.
Instrusctions are on the website there.
You will also have to Open the access panel on the rear of the printer (remove screw) and look inside carefullly with a flashlight. You will see a tube (down and to your left) coming from the cleaning pump and it will have an open end on it. This is the tube that delivers ink to the waste pad.
Use a piece of coat hanger wire or equivalent, and fish out this piece of tube. Bring it to the outside of the printer, thru the access panel.
Find yourself a suitable container (Tupperware or a plastic cup or jar) that is not too tall. Put the tube into this container and secure the tube and container so they won’t come apart or lose connection if the printer is moved.
If you wish you can make a hole or notch in the access panel cover so it can be replaced.
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
SOURCE: service required
If you are based in North America you can resolve the key problem which is to reset your waste ink counter using the utility provided by Epson here:
However, this is ONLY available in Canada and the USA, nor for Europe or similar. This means anyone outside of that needs to wait for or locate a grey market resetter via google (if one exists and I don't think there is one at present) or wait until the SSC utility is updated to be compatible.
BUT... You still need to resolve the problem of your waste pads which will be approaching saturation point. There are instructions available on various sites that cover a large number of printers. I'm pretty sure the CX3900 is not directly covered but you will doubtless find guides for other models that gives some clues for your own.
Hope that helps...
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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