Recently many Windows 10 users reported that Epson Printer suddenly stopped printing files. Also, they reported Reset Waste Ink Pad Counter is full issue.
The primary role of Waste Ink Pad is to absorb the extra ink while printing. The main issue is here. When the pad absorbs too much ink, the printer’s system stops printing with an error message.
If you see such type of error related to Waste Ink Pad Counter, then chances are the waste pad is full. Before checking the actual issue, do not replace it. Sometimes it can be half full and doesn’t need replacement.
You’ll need to reset the Ink Waste Pad to solve this issue on Windows 10.
In this tutorial, we’ll share how exactly you can reset the Ink Waste Pad and fix the issue.
How to Reset Waste Ink Pad Counter
These steps work with L110, L210, L300, L350 and L355 Epson printer models.
Step 1: First of all download the Download the WIC utility.
Step 2: Extract it and then open .exe file. Select your Epson printer type and click on ok.
Step 3: Now in the Maintenance section, select Waste ink pad counter button and then click ok.
Step 4: Check the Main pad counter option and then click on the check button.
Step 5: Click on Initialization. It will reset the waste ink pad counter.