Service req e547
I can tell you that a Engine Service Error Code #E526, stands for a "SOILED ADC SENSOR". ADC stands for "Automatic Density Control" [sensor]. Hopefully, you will have your printers "User's Manual/Owner's Manual" and it will show you exactly where that ADC Sensor is located, because I do not know. I think its a removable board, that probably slides in and out, somewhere near the upper right section on the inside of the front of the printer. If you use the round knob [on the inside of the printer, near the center] as the center of a clock, then I would guess that the sensor board assembly would be around the one-o-clock to the two-o-clock position, but really don't know for sure...Basically if there are any parts of wrong specifications used, improper mounting, damage, distortion, dirt, or adherence of any foreign material, that can cause that particular error code. Hopefully the ADC Sensor is just dirty and needs cleaned. The major parts that need to be checked, are the "ADC Sensor Assembly", the "Main Harness Assembly" and the "MCU Printed Circuit Board".
E532 error means there's a drain on one of the several motors within the printer. Reseat all the consumables within printer (especially the waste toner)and the paper tray the error clears. If the error doesn't clear then you have a real hardware fault and the job of changing each motor until you get the right one. This particular printer has a problem with waste toner. The toner seems to clog up and be the main cause of this error - you may find this occurs after the printer has been sat idle for sometime i.e. after a weekend. Once this particular printer starts giving this message its best to run through this routine each morning... open the front cover, unlock the two lockovers, pull out the consuambles about half way and then slam them back in - hard enough to loosen the toner but not hard enough to break the printer. Switch it on and it should remain error free all day.
May 27, 2010 |
Epson Aculaser C1100 Printer