Question about Epson Stylus NX400 InkJet Printer
I have managed to drill a hole in my NX 400 cartridges and refilled them (T069120 Black and T069220 Cyan) but I don't know where to buy the chip resetter for them. Any idea where I can purchase one that will work on these cartridges and not the older types?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have an z845 and all injet refills are the same...
1. buy an injet refill set from an office supply store, I found mine at Staples. There are more expensive ones you can but online (premium and photo quality inks) but the expense isn't much, just the time in getting them, if you can wait, go for them, unless you don't do photo glossy prints or iron transfer t-shirts, then color matching accuracy might not be as important.
2. open your pack, assemble your syringe, open the inks but leave the seals on, just poke the syringe through when you start to refill.
3. carefully pull the sticker from the cartridge, you don't have to replace it they say, but it's good to keep in on later to stop splashing.
4. use the included drill bit to widen the three holes in the top of the inkjet cart. (no drill bit, use you own, and you only need one that's slightly bigger that the syringe, the one I got was a quarter inch and very stupid)
5. **** up 3-4 cc of ink from a color bottle and stab the syringe all the way to the bottom of the cartridge in the hole of that color, it will resist because it's foam latex, make sure that there is no more resistance when it is fully at the bottom, and squeeze in carefully in case it's not actually empty.
-don't follow directions if they say to "fill it up to overflowing then **** out the excess", lexmarks leak when over half full. 8 is a full cart, 3-4 is probably safe.
-fully clean out the syringe between each color by sucking up water 3-4 times and blowing it out again.
-put the sticker back on seal your inks, clean the syringe and your ready to go.
-clean the metal contacts and then the print heads with the clear or pink solvent, wipe off with a dry cloth and reinsert into the printer.
Easy as pie.
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
SOURCE: What is a chip resetter?
The resetter actually resets the Reset Ink Counter not a chip. It resets the ink level (ink metrer) . You can use the resetter tool.
Download the mptool from this site:
You may have to copy and paste the link into your browser.
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Posted on Oct 26, 2008
There is no chip resetter for this model at this time. However, one is to be available in the near future. So for now you must purchase new/refilled cartridges.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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