melon_!2 escribió:HOLA A TODOS. QUISIERA SABER COMO HACER PARA RECARGAR CARTUCHOS DE EPSON R200 (T0483, T0482,T0484, ETC...) YA QUE SE ME HACE QUE ES MUY COMPLICADO Y ARRUINE VARIOS CON EL METODO DE RECARGARLOS POR ABAJO YA QUE DESPUES ME RESULTO IMPOSIBLE TAPAR LOS AGUJEROS DE ABAJO YA QUE HAY UNA ESPECIE DE PLASTICO Y NADA SE PEGA... POR AHI LO MEJOR SERIA HACER UN AGUJERO POR ARRIBA NO?
Si amigo.... agujero arriba.... toy cansado asi k te dejo las instrucciones en ingles... si no lo entendes avisame y las traduzco para mañana.
1) Put the cartridge on some paper towels in an area where you can tolerate a spill.
You may wish to wear the rubber gloves provided if you don't wish to temporarily stain your fingers.
2) Reset the Chip using the chip resetter.
3) Drill a refill hole with the thumb drill provided in the area indicated by the picture.
Drill a second hole in front of the first. You will inject ink into one of the holes and the
other hole is to allow air to escape as ink fills the chambers.
(Make the hole toward the Epson label otherwise you will create a permanent leak.)
If you notice, looking from the side of the cartridge, there are two layers of plastic that you will need to penetrate.
4) Keep a tissue ready to catch any overflow. Fill your syringe with the appropriate amount of ink. Put the needle into the hole which you have made. It will only penetrate about 1/4" (1 cm) before it hits another baffle.
5) The black cartridge (T0321) will accept up to 25ml of ink.
The color cartridges (T0322, T0323, T0324) will accept up to 10ml of Ink.
6) Fill your cartridge very s-l-o-w-l-y. The ink has to have time to run into the various internal chambers.
Air and ink bubbles will come out of the other hole. This is normal. Do not overfill.
If the ink starts to bubble out of the hole then just use that amount.
7) - Replace the cartridge and if possible let the cartridge sit in the printer for 24 hours. This will give the ink time to settle down to the bottom and the air pockets to rise to the top.
Run 1 - 3 cleaning cycles as per printer instructions.
The next time you refill do it when the ink level gauge reads ½ or ¼ full. Remember, you reset the chip back to full but you stopped refilling when ink bubbles started coming out of the filling hole, this means that the cartridge was not exactly full and you want to do your next refill before it runs empty.
Sealing the filling hole is optional and only necessary if you plan to transport the cartridge or if you have extremely dry air. If you decide to seal the hole, we suggest some hot glue, aluminum tape, black electrical tape, or candle wax.