Is there a way to turn off the chip sensor like on the 4000. The settings are not like the 4000.
I don't believe the chips are interchangeable. I have never seen any way to turn off the chips for the 4800/4880 before.Yeah I have that. I have a epson 4000 and a 4800. The 4800 needs 2 cartridges but I don't know if the printer prints. The 4000 I had refillable from my 7600 that works in the 4000 and installed them and it prints. Don't want to buy the one for the 4800 if it's no good. But I'm thinking it's a good printed. They guy sold them to me all 3 and said I might need the others to make one work. One 4000 had a busted chip that I saw and fixed it with the other 4000. But then notice that the ribbon for that color was disconnected but I had already took it off. Now I got a immaculate spare 4000 had lol
I'm not clear what you are asking then.No I change the one on the other 4000 one with the one that was working but both were working but I had already took one apart
I was trying to use the refillable 4000 cartridges in the 4800 but was wondering if the 4800 had a ink/chip sensor turn off like the 4000 do. I have the 4000 off where I put the cartridge in and it always show full.I'm not clear what you are asking then.
You have both 4000 carts and 4800 carts and are you trying to use 4800 carts with 4000 chips in a 4800 printer?
On the 4800 and 4880 when the printer firmware detects "non-genuine" carts the exact ink levels cannot be determined without physical looking at the carts (if they are clear see thru carts).I was trying to use the refillable 4000 cartridges in the 4800 but was wondering if the 4800 had a ink/chip sensor turn off like the 4000 do. I have the 4000 off where I put the cartridge in and it always show full.
So that we are clear on the 4800/4880 you can turn off the ink status indication, however, this will not cause the printer to keep printing if at the low ink condition ... and not force an "always full" condition as you were asking for.That's what I want to do turn off the ink status how do I do that