I opened up my tank under some water flushed everything out of it, put in some sponge, then get a chip re-setter (off ebay for less than £5.00) reset the chip so your back to 100%, done and saved 20 pound each for both tacks each time.
Resetting maintenance tank could damage the maintenance tank sensor, i know this cause i'm a certified epson large format tech, and i have experienced replacing MT sensor. well of course you can reset it, but if i were you ill just do resetting it twice.
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It means waste ink pad full or nearly full. Reset waste ink counter using SSC ver 4.30. Find at indoreset.blogspot.com. Don' forget to replace pad, washing or extend outlite pipe to outside of printer.
Part are end life cycle : waste ink pad full. Need to reset waste ink counter. SSc ver 4.3 support RX 620 and 640. U can try using printer model RX 640. Menu Protection Counter, Show current value for checking. Reset protection counter. Or Try to find RX630 adjusment at indoreset,blogspot.com. Don't forget to replace or wash the pad. Or extend outlet waste ink pipe to outside.