A printer running out of ink may severely hinder a business's performance. Reset a Kodak Ink Monitor here on computers so users may check ink levels, change the printer's configuration, wipe the print heads, and print test pages without being caught by surprise.
You can "power cycle" the printer if the ink levels that the program displays are wrong. The ink level sensor is reset and also the printer's internal memory is erased by doing this.
Step 1: The printer's front ink compartment should be opened.
Step 2: Each ink cartridge can be removed from the printer by pushing the tab on it.
Step 3: Turn off the printer and then let it sit for a few seconds. Restart the printer.
Step 4: Double-click the taskbar icon for the Kodak printer. "Maintenance" should be chosen.
Step 5: Select "Check Ink Levels" from the menu. There will be a notice claiming that no cartridges are recognised by the printer. It denotes a memory reset for the ink monitor. Press "OK."
Step 6: After changing the cartridges, switch off the printer. Turn it back on after waiting five seconds.
Step 7: Refresh the Kodak maintenance menu by selecting "Check Ink Levels" one more. It now displays the correct level.
Always use a test print check to ensure that the ink level is accurate, even if a fresh ink level suggests a greater ink level. Let's imagine you're having problems utilising a chip resetter or some other technique to reset your ink level. In this situation, you may always get in touch with Kodak Support to have the problems fixed before investing in a pricey new ink cartridge.