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How to Reset the Printer Counter for Epson and Canon Printers

If you own an Epson or Canon printer, you may encounter a message indicating that the printer’s ink pad is nearing the end of its service life. This message means that the printer’s internal counter has reached its limit, and the printer will stop working until the counter is reset. Here’s how to reset the printer counter for Epson and Canon printers:

1. Turn off the printer and unplug it from the power source.

2. Press and hold the “Resume” or “Cancel” button on the printer.

3. While holding the button, plug the printer back in and continue holding the button for 5-10 seconds.

4. Release the button and wait for the printer to finish its startup process.

5. Print a test page to confirm that the counter has been reset.

Note: This process may vary depending on the model of your printer. Consult your printer’s manual or manufacturer’s website for specific instructions. Additionally, resetting the printer counter may void your printer’s warranty, so proceed with caution.

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