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How to Reset Epson B310N and B510DN Printers with Orthotamine Free Adjustment Program


How to Reset Epson B310N and B510DN Printers with Orthotamine Free Adjustment Program




If you have an Epson B310N or B510DN printer that is showing an error message like "Service required" or "Parts inside your printer are at the end of their service life", you may need to reset the waste ink counter using an adjustment program. This program can help you clear the error and restore your printer to normal operation.


One of the adjustment programs that can reset Epson B310N and B510DN printers is Orthotamine Free Adjustment Program. This program is available for download from various online sources, such as this link[^1^]. It is compatible with Windows operating systems and does not require any cost or registration.


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To use Orthotamine Free Adjustment Program, follow these steps:


  • Download the program from the link above and extract it to a folder on your computer.



  • Connect your printer to your computer with a USB cable and turn it on.



  • Run the program as administrator and select your printer model from the drop-down menu.



  • Click on "Particular adjustment mode" and then select "Waste ink pad counter" from the list of options.



  • Click on "Check" to see the current status of your waste ink counter. If it shows more than 100%, you need to reset it.



  • Click on "Initialization" to reset the waste ink counter to zero. The program will ask you to turn off your printer and then turn it on again.



  • Click on "Finish" to exit the program and restart your computer.



Your printer should now be free from the error message and ready to use. However, keep in mind that resetting the waste ink counter does not solve the problem of excess ink accumulating in the waste ink pads inside your printer. You may need to replace or clean these pads periodically to prevent ink leakage or damage to your printer.How to Clean the Waste Ink Pads in Epson B310N and B510DN Printers




The waste ink pads are sponge-like components that absorb the excess ink that is ejected from the print head during cleaning cycles or normal printing. Over time, these pads can become saturated with ink and cause problems such as ink leakage, poor print quality, or error messages.


To clean the waste ink pads in Epson B310N and B510DN printers, you will need some tools and materials, such as:


  • A pair of gloves and a mask to protect yourself from ink exposure.



  • A screwdriver to open the printer case.



  • A pair of tweezers or pliers to remove the waste ink pads.



  • A bowl of warm water and some detergent to wash the waste ink pads.



  • A dry cloth or paper towel to dry the waste ink pads.



  • A plastic bag to dispose of the waste ink.



Once you have gathered these items, follow these steps:


  • Turn off your printer and unplug it from the power source.



  • Open the printer case by removing the screws on the back and sides of the printer. Be careful not to damage any wires or cables inside.



  • Locate the waste ink pads at the bottom of the printer. They are usually covered by a plastic shield that you can remove by pulling it out gently.



  • Use the tweezers or pliers to pull out the waste ink pads one by one. They may be stuck or glued to the printer base, so you may need to apply some force to remove them.



  • Place the waste ink pads in the bowl of warm water and detergent and soak them for about 15 minutes. You can use your fingers or a brush to scrub off the ink from the pads.



  • Rinse the waste ink pads under running water until they are clean and free of ink. Squeeze out the excess water from the pads and dry them with a cloth or paper towel.



  • Replace the waste ink pads in their original position inside the printer. Make sure they fit snugly and securely in their slots.



  • Reattach the plastic shield over the waste ink pads and close the printer case by screwing it back together.



  • Plug in your printer and turn it on. You may need to reset the waste ink counter using Orthotamine Free Adjustment Program as described in the previous section.



Your printer should now be clean and ready to use. However, keep in mind that cleaning the waste ink pads is a temporary solution and you may need to replace them with new ones if they become too worn out or damaged. 0efd9a6b88


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