To Factory Reset an Epson printer:
- Turn off the printer.
- Press and hold the reset button on the back of the printer (normally located to the right of the ethernet port).
- Turn on the printer while holding the reset button.
- Wait until a message prints indicating that the printer is resetting.
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Locate the control panel of your Epson printer. It is usually on the top right-hand side of your printer, near any digital display screen that the printer may have, and where the button used to turn the computer on and off is also located. Find the button marked Pause/Reset on the row of buttons on the control panel.
How do I reset my Epson wireless printer?
Reset the Printer’s Network Settings for the Epson Artisan 800
- If necessary, press the Home button on the control panel to return to the Home menu, then select Setup.
- Press, then press Restore Default Settings.
- Press Reset Network Settings.
- Select Yes as necessary to reset the printer’s network settings.
All the models of Epson printers have a factory reset button at the back of the body of the printer which can be used to reset the printer to factory settings. Use a pin to press and hold the Reset button at the back of the printer. Turn on the printer but keep the Reset button pressed for at least 5 seconds.
What happens if I factory reset my printer?
A factory reset will return your printer’s settings to what they were when it first came out of the box. This guide will help you reset your printer back to factory defaults.
How do I clear the memory on my Epson printer?
Erasing All Data from the Product
- Press the home button, if necessary.
- Select Settings.
- Select General Settings.
- Select System Administration. You see the System Administration screen:
- Select Restore Default Settings. You see a screen like this:
- Select Clear All Data and Settings.
- Select Yes.
- Select Close.
How do I connect my Epson printer to a new WiFi?
- Turn your Epson printer on.
- Press the Home button on the printer’s control panel.
- Use the arrow button to select Wi-Fi Setup.
- Press OK until you see the selection.
- After it’s searching, choose the network name on the screen.
- Enter your network password.
- Wait for this screen then press OK.
Resetting Control Panel Defaults
- Press the home button, if necessary.
- Select Settings and press the OK button.
- Select Restore Default Settings and press the OK button.
- Select one of these options and press the OK button: Network Settings: Resets all network settings.
- Press the OK button to reset the selected settings.
How many times can I reset my Epson printer?
The Maintenance Reset Utility can only be used once and will allow printing for a short period of time. You may download the Maintenance Reset Utility when you receive the following message on your PC: A part inside your printer is at the end of its service life.
How do you reset your printer?
It’s a pretty simple process:
- With the printer turned on, pull out the power cable from the back of the printer.
- Unplug the power cable from the wall outlet.
- Wait 15 seconds.
- Plug the power cable into the back of the printer.
- Plug the printer back into the wall outlet.
- Turn the printer back on.
- Run a test print.
How do I reset my Epson ink cartridge without Resetter?
Hey, you can reset Epson ink cartridge without resetter! As shown above, you can reset Epson chips by pressing and holding the button above the chip with a bent paper clip for 10 seconds.
What is a cold reset?
A drastic means of restarting a computer by depressing the reset button, turning it off and on again, or unplugging it and plugging it back in again. Also known as a hard reset. See also Warm Reboot.