New - Universal Chip Resetter

SK168

USING THE SK168 CHIP RESETTER
There are two rows of pins on the Chip Resetter that match the two rows of pins on each ink cartridge. These must be lined up exactly, so that each pin is touching only one contact on the chip. The pins are spring loaded so the resetter can be pressed against the cartridge.

Line up the pins with the contacts very carefully.
Push in on the resetter so the contact is firm
The pins will receed into the body of the resetter.
Hold the resettter steady.
When the pins come in contact with the cartridge the light will light up red.
Continue to hold the resetter firmly against the cartridge.
The light will flash red.
In a moment the light will turn to green.
This indicates the chip has been sucessfully reset.

 

 

ONE SK168 RESETS ALL EPSON DESKTOP PRINTERS
This new chip resetter will do all the Epson DESKTOP printers, including the new R1800 and R2400. Here is a list of the Epson printers it will reset...

680
777
780
785
790
810
820
830
870
875
890
895
1270
1280
1290
2000P
C41
C42
C50
C60
C61
C62
C80
C82
C84
C86
CX500
CX6400
CX5400
900P
925
950
960
2100
2200
R200
R300
R320
R800
R1800
R2400

The nice thing about the SK168 is that it has feedback and replaceable batteries. When a reset is successful, the green LED will flash. The batteries (3) are good for thousands of resets and they are easily replaced.

The removable adapter (shown in above photo) is for resetting the thin C80/2200 type cartridges. For the other type carts, this metal piece is not used.

The chips are reset without changing the Epson identification on the chip. The printers can not detect that an external chip resetter was used. There is no limit to the number of times a chip can be reset.

Troubleshooting Tips:
When you are attempting to do a reset, if the Green LED does not flash, this is an indication that the chip you are trying to reset is either corrupted or damaged. The flashing of the LED is feedback to you that a reset of the chip was successful.

If you hear a rattle inside the SK168, this means the batteries have come loose. The unit will not work with the batteries loose. Take it apart and reinstall the batteries.

SK168 Universal Chip Resetter For Epson Printers as listed above. Includes detailed Instructions $19.95


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