Another harassment that can be resolved by resetting is a "full" overflow tank. This is a problem only for inkjet printers. They have a supercharging tank that collects excess color. Logically this container is eventually full and should be emptied. This is quite tedious and it is not possible for all printers themselves. Additionally: If the printer reports a full overflow tray, it does not mean that the container is actually full.
Reason: Most printers do not effectively affect the content of the overfill container, but simply display an error message after a certain number of print jobs. Therefore, it is very probable that there is still enough space in the overload tank at the alert time. Reset resets the print job counter for these printers, allowing you to get rid of error messages and resume printing.
Reset the cassettes
In addition to the printer, you can also replace the ink cartridge because today's cartridges are not just more ink tanks but have electronic components such as measuring sensors and counters. This helps in different cases:
- The print cartridge is blank, but there is still some ink remaining.
- You have refilled the cartridges manually, but the printer recognizes it as empty.
- You have inserted a new cartridge, but the printer recognizes it as empty.
In such cases, the reset can reset the cartridge functionality. In the case of the first point, the joy should not last long, because even if most cartridges are displayed a little too soon as empty, there is often not much color. You may pay a reset once or twice before you have to reset the cartridge before each print job.
Refer to the following sections for instructions on resetting the cartridge.
Unfortunately, resetting the printer is not as easy as resetting on other devices. Most manufacturers do not have a single mechanism.
This is partly because many printers are built very differently and buttons are used differently. Use, for example, keys left and home Reset buttons are all newer printers with touch screen out of question. After all, resetting mechanisms are almost always the same for a number of devices. But: Maybe the methods described do not work on all devices.
You can use the Brother service to perform different resetting through the Admin menu. This can be done as follows: Turn off the printer. Then press the buttons start and menu simultaneously and hold down the keys. Now, press one of the following four times plus or Arrow upWhich of the buttons you need to press depends on the model type. To restore the Brother cartridge, open the printer as if you were replacing the cartridge. Press and hold down the buttons interrupt and print and press the button plusButton. The menu appears. Select the desired cartridge and confirm it.
Most Canon Pixma series models can be reset using the device menu. If this is not the case, turn off the printer completely. Press simultaneously the red color stopButton a On / OffButton. After about 3 seconds, leave stopRelease the button and press the button twice. Then release both buttons. Cassettes can be reset on many Canon devices on the same menu as the printer.
Almost all Canon printers can be reset using the following method: Disconnect the printer from power. Hold down the buttons Power supply, feed shaping as Fashion printing when connecting the power cord.
Epson printers do not have the reset function by pressing the button. Rather, you need Epson "Maintenance Reset Utility" software. In the software, you can reset the printer counter and settings. Nice: Both resetting is independent. If you have trouble overloading the container, you can reset the counter that is affected and retain the settings.
Epson cartridges can only be reset using a special reset tool without much effort. Renewal tools are often available for ink refill or ink vendor.
For most HP devices, you can reset the counter using the printer menu. The exact procedure varies by device in your device. You will usually find a reset using the settings below Restore default settings or similarly.
If you do not find the reset feature in the printer menu, you may have been mistaken. In this case, HP printers can often only reset specialists; This is especially possible with commercial laser printers.
For HP cartridges, there is no "official" restore feature. However, there is an impromptu solution: Remove the cassette and attach a piece of tape to the pin contact of the cartridge. Reinstall the cassette and print a test page. Then you can remove the belt again. Be careful: this method can damage the print cartridge.