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My all in one cx 1500 has worked well until just now...I did a few nozzle checks and subsequently decided to replace the old cartridges with new Epson ink cartridges (as recommended in epson technical support site due to the gaps showing up on my nozzle checks printout)...with new cartridges in, I thought I could print but then it just stopped working and my computer cued a service error ~ "parts of machine have reached the end of their service life"...what is this??? is there anything i can do about it? it was working well until i changed the cartridges...please help!
 

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Your waist ink pad is full (at least that's what Epson says) reset the waist ink counter, and continue printing, in my experience with Epson printers this pad is no where near full with the first service error, but when you get the second one, it will be time to check it.
 

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Reset waste ink counter epson cx1500 using adjustment program. This reset methode work also in epson CX1600. Default setting this adjustment is for epson CX1500, if using printer epson cx1600 set the setting in setting tab (after run adjustment wpson cx1500) and equal to the printer. This software require no date setting.

1. Turn on your printer
2. Download the program from following link, http://www.mediafire.com/file/gzmtrzwzzzd/CX1500-CX1600.zip and Extrac the file and then run the EXE file named “FT0077_0624.exe” (with the Kitty Kat image icon)
3. Click “RD Settings” tabs
4. Double click on option 7 (Dump ROM Data)
5. A new window should open and in the left column look for a “Protection Counter A” and should read a number above 4 thousand and something.
6. Select that number and DELETE it, and replace with a zero “0″
7. Click “Ok” at the bottom and another window should open “SAVE ROM Data Success” click “accept”
8. Click “EXIT” and exit the application
9. Turn the printer OFF, and then turn ON and the printer cx1500 should be ok now.
 
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