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__FAQ: How to Read Waste Ink Counters Free function in WIC Reset Utility

#1 User is offline   John_Admin 

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Posted 14 February 2012 - 04:34 PM

Download latest version of WIC Reset Utility.
Install it.

Connect the printer by USB cable to PC.
Power on the printer.
Cancel all printer jobs.
Run the WIC Reset Utility.
Click on the button - Read Waste Counters and see their values:

Attached Image: read1.jpg Attached Image: read2.jpg

If even one counter is overflow - more then 100% - the printer will not work and you have to reset this counter.
If all counters are low then 100% - printer can work ok.
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Posted 24 December 2016 - 01:21 AM

I ran the reset utility on my Epson R3000 for the first time in order to collect some data. The results show three counters (12.99%, 13.00%, 3.12%). What are the three counters counting?

Also, what is the meaning of "Total print pass counter" and "Total print page counter"? I'm guessing the page counter is the number of prints made. What size print is being counted? Does it count ink wasted by turning on the printer and by cleaning the print head, doing nozzle checks, etc.?

Thanks very much,
Larry
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