I was able to buy a brand new Epson Stylus T10 few days ago and somebody told me that it could just print for about 2000 pages from the time it printed the first page, and i have to return it back to the dealer for a ''resetting'' thing since i have been using a CISS on it..and it would probably cost for upto USD15.00..I have searched the internet finding some ''resetting instruction'' but i can't find anything specified for Epson T10 only for C59, C90 and older..
Could someone please give some recommendation? Solutions rather than buying a new reset chip (it would be another financial transaction) and money free solutions would be greatly appreciated(hehe)..Thank you very much..
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The Stylus T10 is an inkjet printer developed by Epson known for its affordable printing. When you replace one or all of its cartridge with fresh one(s), you will need to reset the printer to get a correct ink level reading. You will require a resetter program for T10 to perform this task. The program is designed for this printer and other printers belonging to the same series. Note that you may need administrative rights to install the resetter program on the computer to which your Epson printer is connected to.
1. Download the "Epson Adjustment Program" (resetter program for T10). See Resources to download the .RAR file. 2. Double-click to extract the contents of the .RAR file once you have finished downloading it. The exact file is "ReseterforEpsonT10_T11.rar." 3. Turn on your Epson Stylus T10 printer. Make sure it is connected to one of the open USB ports on your computer. 4. Double-click "Loader.exe" from the list of files extracted in Step 2.5. Click "Accept" after reading the "License Agreement."6. Click "Select" to select your printer model. In this case, choose "Epson Stylus T10."7. Choose "Auto detection" on "Port" menu.8. Click "Particular Adjustment Mode."9. Click "Maintenance" and choose "Waste Ink Pad Counter."10. Click "Check" to display the counter. Hit the "Initialization" button. Wait until the counter initializes. 11. Turn off the Epson Stylus printer when prompted. Hit "OK." 12. Turn on your Epson printer when prompted. Hit "OK." 13. Click "Check" to make sure your have finished the reset. 14. Close the program to end the task.
It is not uncommon for an Epson printer to fail to recognise Epson cartridges. It is either due to failing to go through the proper cartridge replacement cycle properly, or more seriously, due to a communication problem between the cartridge and the main board. To fix the first, simply go through the cartridge replacement cycle again (see your manual how to do this before the cartridges are empty). Simply take your new cartridges out when told to, and put them back in again when told to insert the "new" cartridges. If it's the second problem you need specialist help, or simply sell your printer on e-bay for what you can get.