Question about Epson Aculaser C1100 Printer
The photoconductor of the Epson C1100 is supposed to yield 5000 prints. I've made just over 2000 prints with mine and now I get a message to replace the photoconductor. The Photoconductor is not even half through it's life cycle. How can I reset/short/cancel the kill chip?
You can buy a new chip , empty the waste toner and then keep printing. Its only if the message is "replace photocnductor " though..
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
These printers have a locking device to get you to buy products you do not need. Very uncool for the environment and will cost you hundreds.
You can find reset chips on ebay or go to http://www.fitityourself.netau.net/
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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