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Hi, the "Replace Photoconductor" message does come up after a preset number of copies, typically about 60,000. The photoconductor will still continue to work fine, and even with the message displayed the copier should run like normal. The message will keep flashing until you replace the photoconductor, and then it will automatically detect the new unit and the message will disappear.
Hi, the error E007 means fixing trouble. The fixing foil is worn out or damaged.You need to change the fixing foil. These isnt related to power.If the power is involved You can have messages like E001, E002, E808, because printer doesnt gets enough power to heat up or rotate fixing unit. Also if You want to prevent power issues you can place power stabilizer before copiers power supply.
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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.
If heared clicking noice from copier, You must remove Imaging Unit from copier,remove Drum and vacuum all toner -not developer from imaging unit,also must clean toner tank under toner bottle,and toner in toner auger area.Very dirty job.
So call service but first check that is toner bottle properly seated.
Hi yes you can fix it yourself it is just a warning that says the black pcu is almost warn out , but if the quality is still good you can clear the message is the sp modes by holding down online and escape whilst switching on the machine , under the menu "engine " is a sub menu called data log enter it and execute pm counter reset
hope this helps
Hi Minolta man.
This is a very common message on ALL Epson ink jets. The printer has a "protection" counter inside which monitors the amount of ink pumped into the waste pads in the base of the machine. After a while the counter will hit it's pre-determined limit and light up like a christmas tree and stop you from printing any more.
MANY repair centres will tell you (and I believe even Epson have said) this error is not worth fixing.
Well it is and it's SOOOOooooooo easy.
What you need is a piece of software to reset the counter, some instruction on how to dismantle the printer to get to the waste pads, and more instructions on how to clean the pads.
You can get a rescue kit that offers all this from http://www.TheServiceManualShop.com If you don't see thje one you need listed for your model, drop them an email and they will create one for you. The file is delivered by instant download too, so you can crack right on with the job.
I don't have the solution, mine did the same thing a couple weeks ago, just after buying a lot(15) of cartridges.
I called Epson support, who wanted 10 dollars to talk to me, I talked em out of it. That kind of message means internal error. There is no fix they say, and they offered me discounts on a new printer, but the C42ux is out of production. I'm still trying to learn more to fix it myself.