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    Ricoh SG 3110DN ink low

    I have a [h=Ricoh SG 3110DN and I use it on sub ink. The issue I have is the ink low warning will not go away even when I have refilled the cartridge-s. I only have the printer 3 months and this issue has only happened..]1[/h]I have tried the following.

    Taken out cartridges-power off-power cord out 30 secs, power back on-installed cartridges ( no joy).

    Flushed-cleaned and nozzle checked, (no joy).

    Any help would be grateful.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Refilled the cartridges? Have you literally refilled the same cartridge or have you put new ones in? If you refill then you probably need to reset the chip.

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    I have the same issue and just do a physical check now and then.

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    Yeah, as raydavies says above, just ignore the low ink warnings and periodically check your ink levels yourself. Mine has been running for years like this.


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    How do you reset the chip, and this is only the 1st refill of the cartridges
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    Refilled the cartridges? Have you literally refilled the same cartridge or have you put new ones in? If you refill then you probably need to reset the chip.

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    You will probably need a chip re-setter.
    Sorry I cant be more helpful as I only use new cartridges and not refillable one.

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    Don't worry about the levels, just keep printing. Ink levels on screen and actual ink in carts will never match

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