Question about Epson Aculaser C1100 Printer
Epsom c1100 k toner which colour is
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Black Toner replaced
This is what happens when you also do a refil, but the advice from the refill people is to ignore the low ink warning as it will print happily until the point that the next message comes up which is that you need to replace the toner. Effectively this is to do with teh chip in the cartridge thaht tells the printer that it is low and unless you buy a new cartridge you will still get the low toner message but it is safe to ignore.
Posted on Oct 25, 2007
see if this solution fixes the problem.
Also clean the print head using instructions in the manual
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
I have had this problem with a couple of our C1100's the solution is simple but a bit fiddly.
open the lid and remove the photoconductor unit. what you need to do is clean the glass panel through which the laser shines (it is there honest). It id directly behind the toners but down near where the paper sits. Look at the photoconductor and see where the blue roller sits in the printer. This roller has the laser shone on it and then picks up the toner relaying it onto the belt in the photoconductor.
What i did was get a wad of strong tissue and use a screndriver to wedge it down the rear of the toners (in between the toners and the black plastic bar as you look into the printer with the photo conductor removed) and then slide it back and forth. I actually learned this one form some Minolta QMS printers we have, but the glass plate was in plain view on those.
Basically what we had happen was that some toner had dropped onto the glas and was blocking the laser from hitting the roller and this lead to blank (or faded) strip along the length of a page.
I suppose a smallish paintbrush would do the same thing.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
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