Question about Lexmark Optra SC 1275 Laser Printer
I am getting a message at power up that says ( 84 pc life exhausted )
A few months ago, I received the same message. This indicates you need to replace the Photoconductor (Drum) ASAP. An interim solution is to replace the fuse on the photoconductor cart. until you've replaced the unit. Remember, the unit will eventually wear down and your prints will be show some stripping.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
Pc stands for photoconductor or print cartridge or in layman's term toner the toner has reached its expected life or toner has ran out
Pc stands for photoconductor or print cartridge or in layman's term toner
the toner has reached its expected life or toner has ran out
Posted on Oct 15, 2007
The photoconductor is seperate from the toner carts
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
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