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Epson Printers are sensitive in terms of Ink Cartridges.. The latest Epson Printers does not have ink reseter.. Ink reseter are already built-in on the ink cartridges.. The problem on this printer is when you have a cartridge on your printer, let say, 30% of the ink level, even though your ink is new, and you change it without using the right ink replacement method, it will recognize your ink as a 30% ink level. When your ink level drops to 0%, but you have remaining 70% of the ink, it does not recognize it anymore. The chip on the ink cartridge is already registered as an empty cartridge.
some printers don't recognize a refilled cartridge..... even if it was used in the printer if it was new... but u should not have any problem printing........ the only problem u face is u can't get the remaining ink levels...
You can only do deep cleaning if you have the adjustment program.. but if you are using CISS ink.. you can do ink charging.. all you need to do is to trick the printer into thinking you have replace a new ink cart.. then it will do an ink charging.. I don;'t know which type of CISS you are using but there are some which comes with a button for you to reset the ink level.. else you would need to move the head into ink replacement position and then remove and insert back all the ink.. press the ink button and the printer will do ink charging similiar to deep cleaning.