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Will have to go in for service, no one sells the waste ink cartridges or pads. Had this problem with a HP printer i had. HP said i need to send it in and they swapped out the full part and sent back cost something like 20$.
Are you sure it is staurated or it just the printer showing the error. Apparently there is a usage timer in the printer firmware that will display this error after so many hours of usage. Epson has a small program to reset this error but warns that if the pad is saturated it may leak out onto you table/desk. My R220 displayed this error and I reset it with Epsons resetter program. If you are not sure of the pad, I would put something under the printer just in case it is saturated and leaks. I don't think you can buy replacement pads from Epson as they say the printer is disposable. I also don't know what material the pads are made of but I have never seen one overflo in all the years I have used Epson printers. There is always a first time so if I were resetting mine I would defininately put something under the printer to watch for leaking ink. The program to reset the ink counter is EpsonIPRUtility.A10.exe and is available at www.Epson.com
The machine counts every dot it prints and estimates when pads should be cleaned then it shutdown to prevent spillage, athough you've cleaned the pads the machine needs to be reset by being connected to Epson's Eagle Download, which they have made very secure from the anyone but Epson agents.