Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
To solve this, you need to replace the porous pad or the ink absorver and reset the counter. This means that you need to take your printer to an authorized repair center for your printer brand. They are trained to replaced the pad and reset the counter using software from the maker.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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