You now have reset your counter to new condition, its that easy. How to Use Your Toner Reset Chip Tool. Make contact with Xerox Color Toner chip pads to the re-setter pins as shown.
Toggle the correct DIP Switch Setting for the type of Chip to reset (see table below). Flip on the reset switch.Wait for green light to come on. Release the reset switch, and you've now reset your Toner Chip for that color. Repeat Steps 1 through 3 for other 3 color chips. Its not necessary to match color of cyan, yellow, or magenta chips to previous usage as they can all be converted to one another by the dip switch, only black chip is physically different. When your done with resetting all your chips, store your "Infinite Xerox Toner Re-setter" for next time. Finally, install your recharged chips. The infinite re-setter kit utilizes (3) 11.6mm AG10 equivalent watch batteries (batteries included) which will last for years without replacement, but these batteries can be bought 8 in a pack from your dollar store for just a dollar. So maintenance of this kit is indefinite and cheap. How long does it take to reset with the kit after the switch is turned on? About 3 seconds the green LED light indicates a successful programming.
If this does not occur than the root cause is most probably poor contact to the chip re-setter. What happens if the reset switch is left on and do I have to turn it back off after utilization? This can't happen as the reset switch is a spring loaded momentary switch, once you let go of the switch slider it will deflect to initial off condition. Saving the battery for future use. Thank you and have a nice day.
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