Looking at your sales history and this thread, I think something is up with your OEM chip or the chip sensor (wires) in the printer itself (or both).
Check the wires on the sensor to see if they are bent or corroded. This sensors can go wacky over time especially with excessive cartridge removal and replacement. They are very cheap to replace.
Here’s the part: https://compassmicro.com/products/inkjet/stylus-pro-9880/connector-maintenance-tank-for-epson-stylus-pro-9880.html
This one is listed for the 9880 but I believe it fits the 3880 (its basically a universal part).
The new sensors are much more robust than the ones that come inside of a printer.
I suggest a new OEM Cyan chip as well (if you know of any friend on this forum or others who has an empty wide set of 3880 carts, that could help.)
I have verified that the serial number of the replacement control chips that you have works in all of our 3880s here, so they are working control chips.