How to solve Epson L358 red light blinking error

You have an Epson L358 printer. But the printer’s red lights are flashing, and You don’t know how to solve this issue.

How to solve Epson L358 red light blinking error

While using Epson L358 printer, you can encounter several blinking complications. The blinking signal advises reset the waste ink pad counter.

Often, the printer’s red light blinking due to few causes, however the major reason of flashing is: Among the Epson L358 Waste ink pad counter can be overflow.

What means Epson L358 Waste Ink Counter overflow

The Epson printer depends the amount ink flow to waste ink pad and stores this number into printer’s memories.

This total number is called Protection Counter and also Waste Ink Counter.

How you can know my Epson L358 printer Waste ink Counter is overflow?

Maximum waste ink counter of Epson L358 is 100%. Overflow means that Epson L358 waste ink counters values are large than 100%.

It is quite simple to check Epson L358 waste ink counters with InkReset software.

To know Epson L358 printer waste ink counter detail, start InkReset utility then click on READ WASTE INK COUNTERS button:

To know waste ink counter detail

If one and also two counters are overflow – you can not print – you have to RESET Epson L358 WASTE INK COUNTERS.

Tips on how to solve Epson L358 waste ink counter overflow

Or how do you reset blinking lights mistake condition on my Epson L358 printer?

In Epson L358 printer washing routine, it dispels ink from its nozzles down a waste pipe into an absorbent pad.

Epson has put a counter in their printers (included Epson L358 printer) that counts every page moved through the printer and has place the Epson L358 printer to stop print after a certain number to avoid overflow of the waste ink pad.

Generally, Epson L358 printer’s waste pad is around 35% to 75% whole when the printer begins displaying one message. Immediately after the initial message, you can only print 19-20 pages before your Epson L358 inkjet printer won’t prints anymore.

There is a workaround which you can use to reset to zero the counter to its initial condition. Try out these actions to resolve “Epson waste ink pad counter in the printer is overflow” error.

Reset Waste Ink Pad Counter for Epson L358 printer

Download the WIC Reset Utility here (WICReset). Use Winrar and also Winzip to extract the downloaded file.

Once extracted and before you begin, ensure that your Epson L358 printer’s driver are already installed on the computer.

Double-click exe to run the WICReset Utility. Epson L358 adjustment program screen will appear. Select your printer model (Epson L358) in the left sidebar.

Play video how to reset Epson L358 printer waste ink counter overflow below:

video how to reset Epson L358 printer red light blinking

Or you can easily read the instruction on how to make use of wic reset tool to reset Epson L358 red light blinking problem here:

How to reset Epson L358 printer red light blinking

Thanks and good luck