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How to reset Epson Stylus Photo RX690 and RX685 counter

Firts, download adjustment program for Epson RX690: Adjutment RX690 from rapidshare or Download Adjustment RX690 from Mediafire

  • Run adjustment epson RX690, then click "Accept"
    Click select button to set printer setting. Then click "Particular adjustment mod".
  • Select “Waste Ink Pad Counter” from adjustment item. Click "Ok" or double click to execute the item.
  • Check mark main pad counter, platen pad counter and pad counter of 80 culmu then click "Initialization" to reset the counter to 0%, click "Accept".

Comments

papydou said…
I have tried this software in order to reset my rx685 and it did not worked. When i do check, i received a communication error code : 20000010
Can someone help me ?
Thanks in advance.
LEH said…
Hello Papydou,

1- Verify the connection from your computer to the printer.
2 - Verify you have chosen the right printer when you try to reset the protection counter.

Good Luck !
Anonymous said…
you need to set the date on your computer to 10 july 2008 run the program in xp compatibility mode and as administrator it should now work

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