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My printer epson stylus t10 wasted ink pad is saturated both ligths alternately flashing and the unit doesnt printing works

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The pads need to get replaced, and the unit needs to be reset.
estimated cost for parts and labor is about $80.

you can go to epson website and get emailed back a program to reset it, but you will need to read the disclaimer.

if you dont repace the pads, the printer will start to leak onto its surroundings

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