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I have the R1900. Under all chip resetter so far I have not found one the mentions the R1900 or it's cartridges To87X. I know the cartridges has two chips one on top and a smaller one under it. What chip resetter will work with my printer?. Also I have a cis but have more problems then it's worth. It came with pigment ink thats suppose to work with the Epson R1900. I had a cis for my canon and it worked great. So What chip restter if any will work and is there a proven CIS that will work with the Epson R1900??.

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Have a look at this Adjustment Program Epson R1900 - Resetter Epson R1900

http://tricks-collections.com/adjustment-program-epson-r1900-resetter-epson-r1900/

I have not tried but I do not believe there is a hardware solution. Also check this site: http://www.efillink.com/AutoResetChip.html

They sell a set of refillable cartridges with an auto reset feature. They have a video which is also posted on YouTube which shows the refilling of their system.

Also found this which you may find of interest:

http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/read.asp?forum=1003&message=29300049

Would be interested to hear if the softwareresetter works out.

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