Reset Epson L551
Resetting the waste ink pad counter on the Epson L551 printer is an important maintenance task that allows you to continue printing without interruptions. The waste ink pad is a sponge-like reservoir that absorbs excess ink during the printing process. Over time, this pad becomes full and needs to be replaced or reset in order to avoid potential damage to the printer.
Resetting the waste ink pad counter can be done by following a few simple steps. First, ensure that the printer is turned off and disconnected from any power source. Next, locate the control panel on the printer and press and hold the “Power” and “Resume” buttons simultaneously. While holding these buttons, connect the printer to a power source and continue holding the buttons until the printer’s LED lights start flashing.
Once the LED lights start flashing, release the buttons and press the “Resume” button four times. The LED lights will then stop flashing, indicating that the waste ink pad counter has been successfully reset. Finally, turn off the printer and wait for a few seconds before turning it back on. You can now resume printing without any issues.
Resetting the waste ink pad counter is essential to ensure the proper functioning of your Epson L551 printer. It helps prevent any potential damage caused by an overflow of ink and allows you to continue printing with peace of mind. Remember to perform this reset periodically or after a significant amount of printing to keep your printer running smoothly.
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How to Reset Epson L551
1. Read Epson L551 Waste Ink Pad Counter:
If Resetter shows error: I/O service could not perform operation… same as below picture:
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2. Reset Epson L551 Waste Ink Pad Counter
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4. Wait 30s, turn Epson L551 off then on
5. Check Epson L551 Counter
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