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My epson WF 840 has had counter reset, and waste ink pds changedbut, message reads, printers ink pads at end of life, switch off printer

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Google epson waste ink pad resetter.this is a small program from china.you may be in luck and be able to reset the counter.download program run it, select printer from drop down menu.right click icon, reset waste ink pad.switch off printer restart.you may need to do this again.this program also resets cartridges before they become empty so you can get more out of them.

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