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I am finding some truth to comments about unused ink cartriges In the
> Stylus C84 registering as empty when they still sound full(colors go
> empty even when you just print black). I am wondering how safe it
> would be to use an chip resetter on a cartrige without refilling it and
> allowing it to print until it truly is empty. Would there be a risk of
> some air getting injected into the head (when the cartrige runs out),
> thus ruining another printer (already went through one printer and got
> it replaced through warranty, but I think that was just from leaving
> the printer unused too long -- I don't have a resetter right now).
Is your friend use CISS. If so
Move Ink cartrige holder to cartrige change station.
Put off cartrige ( genuin or CISS) from carrage
Take a soft erager try to remove dry in or dust or waste everything smothly
reassemble the cartrige again
push top of the cartrige gentaly sothat it struck acurately.
Turn on printer.
I think you will get rid from your pprinter problem.
I think there are 2 causes epson c 63 printer not print problem.
First one is: Your ink cartrige are not install properly.
Solution: Try to install ink cartrige properly, in this time please clean ink cartrige chip as well as connector.
Secoundly: printer main board problem. Print data does not pass through main board.
Solution: Please replace new one.
I think you will relive from the problem.
I think your printer head is block. If yes #clean printer head by using hot water or alcohol. and another regon is your printer ink cartrige / refill ink may be alternet. if yeas #set the cartrige or ink properly. Thank's
Your printer head may be closed.To remove the problem jast open ink cartrige from the cartrige chamber. set a seringe with full of black ink into the plustic pin which are tidely insert in the ink cartrige. After push 2/3 time your printer work fine again.
Thank You .
Ok you need to know this secret with canon and epson printers:
They do not allow any remanufatured or refilled cartriges to work on their printers. Sometimes their printers make sure that such ink will not work (just keep that in mind)
However, if you have been using refilled cartriges before, and it worked, then you may have a defective cartrige. Where ever you got this refilled go back and tell them that you need a newly refilled one because the one they gave you is defective.
If that does not work go to Cartrige world (hopefully they are around where you live) or someplace that will take your cartrige in and give you another refilled cartrige and hopefully its not defective.
if u want a working printer which would last for a long time ... do not refill a cartrige coz the kind of ink used in the refill and the ink used by the company are of different quality .,.. the ink in the original printer doesnt harm the head of the printer but the refill ink just makes a coat on the printer head and damages the printer head the original cartriges are no doubt expensive but ur printer is worth
If you only bought refill ink rather than a refill kit, and don't have rubber plugs, you can successfuly re-seal the filling hole using a small amount of epoxy resin e.g. araldite. This is easy to remove with a sharp knife the next time you want to fill it. Note the need for a cartridge re-setting tool - these can be purchased very cheaply on E-Bay.