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How to Reset Epson TX700W Printer with Tx700w By Orthotamine.rar

How to Reset Epson TX700W Printer with Tx700w By Orthotamine.rar

If you have an Epson TX700W printer that shows an error message like "The printer's ink pads are at the end of their service life" or "Parts inside your printer are near the end of their service life", you may need to reset the printer's waste ink counter. This can be done using a software tool called Tx700w By Orthotamine.rar, which is an adjustment program for Epson TX700W printers.

Tx700w By Orthotamine.rar

Tx700w By Orthotamine.rar is a file that contains the executable program and some instructions on how to use it. It was created by a user named OrTHoTaMiNe, who is known for making various adjustment programs for Epson printers. You can download Tx700w By Orthotamine.rar from some online sources, such as or However, be careful when downloading files from unknown sources, as they may contain viruses or malware. You should also scan the file with your antivirus software before opening it.

To use Tx700w By Orthotamine.rar, you need to follow these steps:

  • Turn off your printer and disconnect it from your computer.

  • Extract the file Tx700w By Orthotamine.rar using a program like WinRAR or 7-Zip.

  • Open the folder TX700W by OrTHoTaMiNe and double-click on the file AdjProg.exe.

  • Select your printer model and port from the drop-down menus and click OK.

  • Click on Particular Adjustment Mode.

  • Select Waste Ink Pad Counter from the list and click OK.

  • Check the boxes for Main Pad Counter and FL Box Counter and click Check.

  • The program will show you the current values of the counters. If they are more than 100%, you need to reset them.

  • Click Initialization to reset the counters to zero.

  • The program will ask you to turn off your printer. Do so and click OK.

  • Turn on your printer again and click Finish.

Congratulations! You have successfully reset your Epson TX700W printer with Tx700w By Orthotamine.rar. You can now use your printer normally without any error messages. However, keep in mind that resetting the waste ink counter does not solve the problem of the ink pads being full. You should either replace them or install an external waste ink tank to avoid ink leakage and damage to your printer.

If you want to install an external waste ink tank for your Epson TX700W printer, you will need some materials and tools, such as a plastic bottle, a drill, a hose, a glue gun, and some scissors. You will also need to modify your printer's case to create an opening for the hose. You can follow these steps:

  • Remove the back cover of your printer by unscrewing the screws and pulling it out.

  • Locate the waste ink tube that connects to the waste ink pad. It is usually a thin black or clear tube that runs along the bottom of the printer.

  • Cut the waste ink tube near the waste ink pad using scissors. Be careful not to spill any ink.

  • Drill a hole on the back cover of your printer that is big enough for the hose to pass through.

  • Insert one end of the hose into the waste ink tube and secure it with glue or tape.

  • Pass the other end of the hose through the hole on the back cover and reattach the cover to your printer.

  • Prepare a plastic bottle as your external waste ink tank. Make sure it is clean and dry.

  • Drill a hole on the cap of the bottle that is big enough for the hose to fit in.

  • Insert the hose into the cap and secure it with glue or tape.

  • Close the bottle and place it somewhere below your printer's level.

You have successfully installed an external waste ink tank for your Epson TX700W printer. You should check the tank regularly and empty it when it is full. You should also clean the hose and the cap occasionally to prevent clogging. By doing this, you can extend the life of your printer and save money on ink pads replacement. e0e6b7cb5c


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