Epson XP-970 Resetter aka Epson XP-970 Adjustment Program is a special software designed for servicing the Epson XP-970 printer.
WARNING! This software does not eset waste ink pad counter error. To Reset Waste Ink Pad Counter Epson XP-970, you need to physically replace the waste ink pad or the chip on it.
Epson XP-970 is an inkjet printer that is designed for printing photos at home. The device has established itself as a reliable and powerful printing assistant. But despite this, sometimes the device may give an error about the need to replace the waste ink pad counter. Along with this message from the printer driver, two red lights on the product panel will flash.
Why does the waste ink pad counter error occur?
When you clean the print head and some print cycles, a small amount of excess ink will drip onto the ink pad. To prevent ink from flowing out of the pad, when a certain amount of ink absorbed by the pad reaches a certain amount, the printer stops printing and generates a corresponding error. The fill rate of the absorbent pad depends on the number of pages printed, the type of material printed, and the number of cleaning cycles the printer performs.
What to do with waste ink pad counter error ?
Most users in this situation tend to think that they will have to contact a specialized Epson service center to fix the error, but we assure you that in most cases this error can be solved on your own using the Epson XP-970 Adjustment Program utility. On this page you can download the Epson XP-970 Resetter for free and study the instructions for resetting the waste ink counter using it.
Waste ink pad counter error reset instructions Epson XP-970
1. Download the Epson XP-970 Resetter from this link.
2. Unpack the archive with the program on your Windows computer.
3. Find Adjprog.exe in the unpacked files and run it:
4. In the window that opens, press the “SELECT” button:
5. In the next window, select the XP-970 of your printer (if the program is compatible with only one device, the choice of XP-970 will be blocked):
6. In the same window, select the port by which the device is connected to the computer (when the device is connected and working properly, the device XP-970 will be written in the port name) and confirm the selection with the “OK” button:
7. Click the “Particular adjustment mode” button:
8. In the window that opens, find and select the “Waste ink pad counter” item, then confirm the selection with the “OK” button:
9. The absorbent pad service menu opens. To check if the “pad” counter is full, check the box next to the “Main pad counter” item and click the “Check” button:
10. The program calculates the data on the fullness of the “diaper” and displays them:
11. In the case when the percentage of the counter has reached 100%, it is necessary to reset the waste ink counter. To do this, check the box next to the “Main pad counter” item and click the “Initialize” button:
12. The program will connect to the printer and reset the waste ink counter. A pop-up window will then appear instructing you to restart the printer. Reboot the printer and click “OK”.
13. Check if the service counter is full after performing a reset. To do this, check the box next to the “Main pad counter” item and click the “Check” button:
14. If the reset procedure is successful, the counter will be zero:
The electronic reset of the counters must be accompanied by a physical replacement of the absorbent pad or by the withdrawal of an external waste ink bottle. Otherwise, the waste ink bottle will overflow and ink will flow from it to the installation site, and may also get onto the electronic components of the printer and damage it.
Other Adjustment Program functions for Epson XP-970
- Reset Waste Ink Pad Counter Epson XP-970 (Not supported)
- EEPROM initial setting
- Initial Ink Charge
- Head ID Setting
- Top margin Adjustment
- Bi-D Adjustment
- USB ID Input
- Cleaning the Print Head
The program images shown in this manual may differ from the actual appearance of the program for a specific device XP-970. We are not responsible for the misuse of the program.
To Reset Waste Ink Pad Counter Epson XP-970, you need to physically replace the waste ink pad or the chip on it.