This was my first video guide attempt and while a bit shorter features my arm getting in the way at a rather unfortunate moment… Hopefully not annoying but hey, lessons learned 🙂
The guide itself shows you how to install a Solo+ waste kit to the Epson Stylus DX4400 with minimal fuss while providing a few tips on what to look out for while you’re installing
With the baby due any day now I decided to get some more work done while I still could so I’m happy to announce the addition of the D92 waste ink modification guide
This guide also covers a LOT of other printers available in Russia, Asia and elsewhere, specifically these models:
- C90, C91, C92
- S20, S21
- T10, T11
- T20, T21, T23, T26, T27
Resetters are available for many of these models and I suspect many will be compatible with the C90 resetter so if anyone has these models and is will to try, please let me know if you have any success
Two new (one updated) modification guides have now gone on-line, on the OctoInkjet site. So, if you have any of the printers below you can now get them fitted with an external waste kit and reset them too
- Epson Stylus R240 – R250 (possibly R340 – R350 too)
- C64 – C68/D68 (same as below)
- C84 – C88/D88
- RX680, RX685, RX690
There’s still some resources pending including
the RX680, RX685, RX690, andthe R1900 so those will go online sometime next week, once I’ve resolved a few issues with image quality
Update: You may have noted I managed to sneak in the RX680-RX690 guide tonight too… The man is just smokin’ hot today I tell ya 🙂
The Workforce 600 or BX600FW business inkjet printer has a few new tricks up its sleeve which don’t make fitting an external waste tank impossible but certainly indicate that Epson is taking waste ink issues a bit more seriously.
Read on to find out a bit more about the tube shield in this double waste tube printer
Produced with thanks to Carl Baxter for helping provide images of this printer model
This guide has been written and waiting for a few weeks now but due to a couple of potentially large “unknowns” I held off on it until now.
The Artisan 800 or TX800FW is one of Epsons newest multifunction printers and with a new design has come a new approach to the waste ink pads
This guide shows how Epson have opted for a much simpler service approach for waste pads so whilst this guide is provided for anyone who may want to try modifying their printer, it may actually be more cost effective and cheaper to get this model serviced.
To see how this “Beta” modification can be done and see how this printer differs from the others, read on
Waste ink kits and modifications will help you keep your printer running more smoothly but unless you have a reset utility to deal with the waste-ink or protection counter your printer will remain a brick.
With this in mind I have been spending an inordinate amount of time looking for reset utilities, especially for the newer Epson inkjet printers. Some of the information I’ve developed is disheartening, while other intel’ causes outright concern, so it seemed appropriate to provide an update on what’s out there.Read more…
The trick to using Epsons adjustment utilities in Vista is apparently incredibly simple so just to share the solution.
- Download the Adjustment utility as you would normally and set your systems date/time as required by the instructions
- Right click on the “Adjprog” and select “Properties“
- Choose “compatibility” and select “windows xp“.
- Find and select “Run as Administrator” (if you have this option)
- Click OK at the bottom
You then follow the instructions as normal to complete the waste counter reset.
Epson have been busy churning out new printers again so I’ve recently acquired an R285 (the UK version of the R290/R280) and checked it out with a view to modifying it.
Unfortunately as one of the newer printers, the R285 has been made harder to reset (ie: the IPR_A10 utility will not work with it). So, with all this in mind I’ve created a new R285 instruction set for fitting a waste ink kit and resetting the protection counter on this printer.
With a couple of third party modification instructions already around it became clear that they all left out a couple of key steps in releasing and removing the top cover. Net result has been the creation of a completely new set..
You can find the new instruction set, complete with pictures for each stage just click here