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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: unsupported cartridge message
I was having this problem with a Z730. The printer was finally working again after removing and inserting ink cartridge like 40-50 times. No pun intended. After installing cartridge try turning off printer and then back on.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
With refilled cartridges, this is usually due to a faulty "reset" of the chip. Simply reset it again and it will usually be OK. If you don't have a chip resetter, buy one very cheaply on E-Bay.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
When you say, "Brand new Lexmark Ink Cartridge..." is that a true statement? Is this a Lexmark Factory new cartridge?
If it is, then the cartridge itself has a warranty against defects. Contact Lexmark Technical Support and tell them the problem and the purchase information and have them replace the cartridge for you.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
I've had that problem with unfinished cartridges showing up as empty. I imagine that it could be a bad cartridge as well but I hear and feel the ink when I shake the cartridge. Therefore the ink is there. I also have a problem with some inks. I find the HP inks work perfectly whereas other manufacturers' inks work on and off. I need a solution as well. Right now I have full cartridges that are not picked up by the Designjet sensor. Any idea?
Posted on Oct 20, 2010
SOURCE: My esp 3 kodak printer
Your printer needs a service, in other words the waste ink sponges need to be cleaned and dried. They then need to be replaced and the printer reassembled. Then the Epson counter resetting software needs to be installed.
With this software the printer can be set to zero, it will work perfectly after this bit of attention.
It is a good printer, it's nothing that can't be repaired.
A computer technician will be more than happy to service your printer for you.
All the best!
Posted on Feb 01, 2011
Testimonial: "Thanks for the detailed info. Sorry to see that'll take a tech to repair it. It may be cheaper to buy a new printer."
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