jrh68uk wrote:I guess I could ask a slightly different question:
Are there any R2400 owners here who have had the situation where the "need service" message has appeared because the waste ink pads were saturated?
If so, what did you do about it?
Many thanks in advance...
jrh68uk wrote:Thanks, Ronnie.
I guess the fact that it can re-set the "waste pad full" situation for the R1800 is a good indicator that it should do the same for the R2400.
The real reason I'm asking is that (unless I'm being stupid, which is quite likely) I can't see that it's possible to re-set this condition at the moment. And the reason I'm looking to do that is that, on the SSC site, it says that some printers (no mention of the R2400, admittedly) lose the ability to communicate with SSC once the message is issued, so the idea is to keep re-setting every so often, so as to avoid the message ever appearing.
So, perhaps the ability to re-set will appear once the "error" condition has occurred?
In all my research, I've not come across a single R2400 user who has confirmed that it works (yet a few mentions that it won't). But, perhaps, the R2400 has a large waste pad capacity and no-one has yet had the need
jrh68uk wrote::) I hope so: it doesn't specifically say it doesn't reset the protection counter. I just had a look on the forum on the SSC site - some interesting reading and no mention of any specific problems resetting the R2400.
jrh68uk wrote:Excellent - thank you, Ronnie.
If you don't mind my asking: did you reset the R1800's protection counter because the "...parts need servicing..." message appeared and the printer locked, or did you reset it before it "tripped"? I don't really want to reset the counter before it trips, unless I have to, but I want to be sure I'll be able to reset it once it has tripped. (I'd read somewhere that, once tripped, SSC can't communicate with some printers).
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