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Fotoconductor fail Hello, I have a problem with this part, "replace photoconductor". I have read on the internet dat you have a solution for this, with a fuse replacement in the fotoconductor? I have a Epson c1900 laser printer. I hope you can send me a picture of the place of the fuse. I hope you can help me out. Great thanks, Marco

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Hi Friend,
you can buy a replacement fuse and install it in your current photoconductor and reinsert and away you go. you say how, well i have carried out this proceedure twice already and still printing well.
my printer is also a c1900 i purchased my fuse on ebay for a fiver and it came with full instructions and photos on how to ( is is easy ) also inc was information on saving tonner which also works. since then i bought a replacement fuse at my local electrical retailer spares department and am currently using this one as i said i have changed fuses twice now. i hope this works if not contact me and i will copy that which i have.
many thanks
stevieboy

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