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Resetting Ink Cartridge

Reset ink cartridge memory to get as much ink as possible. Find the circuit board on your cartridge. Often its brown or green in color with black, white, or gold circuits. Just above the circuit board you will see a small hole. Press a paper clip inside the hole (see image below) and the memory on your cartridge should be reset. Put the cartridge back in your printer and your ink level monitor should now give you a more accurate reading.

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from Blobimports.com

refillable ink cartridge T0731-T0734 for epson CX6900F C79 CX7310 CX8300 CX9300F CX7300 printer with auto reset chip

WHERE HAS THIS BEEN?! Seriously...who woulda thought the real reason they wanted those ink cartridges at school! SMH

WHERE HAS THIS BEEN?! Seriously...who woulda thought the real reason they wanted those ink cartridges at school! SMH

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from Blobimports.com

92N 92 T0921N -924N Refillable ink cartridge for EPSON Stylus T26 T27 TX106 TX117 TX119 TX109 C91 CX4300 Printer Auto reset chip

Type: Ink CartridgeFeature: CompatibleColor: OtherCompatible Brand: EpsonBulk Packaging: YesCartridge's Status: EmptyColored: YesCompatible Brand: EpsonModel Nu

Let's face it, ink cartridge manufacturers like to give you "low ink" or "empty" warning messages even when you know that can't be possible. However, there is an interesting hack that may work on some brands that will trick your computer into squeezing every last ounce left in it.

Let's face it, ink cartridge manufacturers like to give you "low ink" or "empty" warning messages even when you know that can't be possible. However, there is an interesting hack that may work on some brands that will trick your computer into squeezing every last ounce left in it.

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