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Epson C1000 Photoconductor Reset Instructions

Can anyone please tell me how to replace the fuse & which type of fuse to put into the photoconductor unit, it printed well before the conter stopped the printer.

MAny thanks

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  • tonygch96 Dec 27, 2008

    Many thanks for the help, problem now sorted

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Hi it's simple

Take out the conductor, look for two metal strips about 8mm by 25mm they are at the bottem left or right, depents how you have the conductor infront of you.
The strips are about 5mm apart from each other.
Take the out gently as they are around the side and fixed with a plastic pin. Loosen them at the other end.
under these strips you find a 80ma fuse
An new lifetime for your cundoctor is set.

Frank

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Thanks for the tip its a great solution, now i have a new photoconductor here in Mexico. Thanks a lot :)

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