Question about Epson Aculaser C1100 Printer
I'm getting a message 'Service Required C0085' can anybody tell me what the problem is?
If I restart the printer it dissapears for for a couple of hours then returns.
Thank in advance
go to the reset menu (right arrow and then down arrow until reset menu is displayed) on the lcd display and then choose change toner #(right arrow until the desired toner is displayed) Hope this helps
Posted on Oct 04, 2007
SOURCE: Epson Aculaser C1100 - E511
The E511 error comes when you power up the printer. The noise of the "warm up" is the black rubber transfer belt on the Photo Conductor Unit spinning through one rev to check for a little silver square on the edge of the belt. You can turn the belt manually to see this square.
If this square is not found, Epson will tell you to throw away an otherwise fine PCU.
a) Remove PCU and check the transfer belt for the square. Clean WITHOUT alcohol.
b) check the sensor that reads this square - a small black oblong "camera" in the heart of the printer on the LHS. Clean.
c) If the square is damaged, replace with a piece of tin foil. Superglue on carefully, making sure all the edges are glued but not your fingers!
You don't need to put the new square in exactly the same place, just above or below on the belt is fine.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
You need to be able to clear the counters in the printer that tell the printer to stop working.
In order to do that you must
1. Turn printer off
2. you must hold down the "Paper Source, Paper Feed, Select Feed, Cut/Eject" buttons all at the sime time while you turn the printer back on.
3. From there navigate through the menues to clear the counter that pertains to you or all.
(Error 00000101 is pertains to the print head motor)
Word of warning -
Those counters can be a pain as they cause the printer to stop working however you do need to get your printer serviced by a tech as soon as you can because the error is a warning, reset the counters lets you finsih a job, but if it goes unserviced too long it will actually break down all togther.
So even after you rest the counters you absolutly must get your printer serviced soon.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
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