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Parts at the end of thier life warning how long before it packs up and is it worth repairing

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You probably have a few more days to weeks, depending on how much more printhead cleaning or borderless printing you do...

In terms of worth repairing, definitely, assuming you're happy with the output...

The solutions you'll need to reference are provided here:

Hope that helps..


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I went somewhere and downloaded a file that reset the internal counter. After so many cycles, the counter automatically wants you to service it. Well, the patch program let me continue to operate it flawlessly for over two years now. Sorry, can't tell you where I found the patch program. It was long time ago.

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