Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: printing problems
Hi there check that it isn't the drum unit by turning the machine off open the top cover remove the toner and underneath you will have the dev unit unplug and lift out then remove the transfer tray (the one you open if there is a jam) open side door remove waste tank then you have the drum unit now to remove there is either a push button or a screw do either one that corresponds and check the unit. If there is a black line on one side the only way to get rid of the line is to replace the cleaning blade as this has worn. you can clean the drum unit cleaning blade it may only be toner stuck under the blade all you have to do is rotate the drum the opposite way of operation and if you have to hand a air line just give it a blast failing this it will defently need replacing.
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Posted on Dec 31, 2007
I called Epson Support...it's free.
No come on, you ask the question and they return an answer, they don't ask you to join a premium plan.
Have a nice day.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
remove the drum by opening the LHS of the printer & removing the toner waste bottle, then depress the grey button on the drum assembly & firmly pull the assembly out. Best done in a darkish room as the drum is light sensitive.
The black line couldn't be fixed as it is caused by a scratch less that 2mm long on the drum. Ether a new drun at £299 or a new printer ar £245..
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
make sure you check and make certain there are no scratches clean both the top of the scanner and the scanner bed itself and wipe down with a lint free cloth
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
Check the waste recepticle under where the ink cartridges rest in the home position. Over time, ink sprayed into this cup during cleaning cycles builds up to form a small mountain of congealed ink. If this gets too high, it makes contact with the printhead and drags ink across all your prints. If there is a ***** of ink present, scoop it out with a spoon or a popsicle stick.
Dont get it on you, its messy...
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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