You can use chip-resetting devices to reset integrated circuit chips, including printer and copier cartridge chips of various manufacturers. You can use the chip-resetting device to reset printer cartridge chips of various Xerox machine models, including the "Phaser 6180" model. This may be required in order for you to set the machine to default factory settings and to clear any errors due to malfunctioning of the device.
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Things you need
- Chip resetting device
- Original printer cartridge chip
- Eight alligator clips connected to insulated copper wires
- Solder wire
- Soldering iron
Solder four wires to four input ports labelled as "+5 VCC, DATA, CLK and GND" of the "Data In" port of the chip resetting device.
Connect the alligator clips at the ends of four wires to the "+5 VCC, DATA, CLK and GND" ports of the manufacturer's original cartridge chip respectively.
Solder the other four wires to four input ports labelled as "+5 VCC, DATA, CLK and GND" of the "Data Out" port of the chip resetting device.
Connect the alligator clips at the ends of output wires to the "+5 VCC, DATA, CLK and GND" ports of the used cartridge chip from XEROX machine respectively which you wish to reset.
Turn on the chip-resetting device and press the "Reset" button on the chip-resetting device to reset the cartridge chip.
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