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Epson c1100 back door will not close

I opened the back door, but now will not close.

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you may have replaced the cart with a faulty one. It does happen occasionally. Get another cart and swap that one also. If the error clears, return the original full cart for a refund as faulty. If the error does not clear you may have a problem with the receiver on the C dev and it will need an Engineer.

Posted on Sep 17, 2007

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SOURCE: Hatch B open error

the problem of the B Door open is in fact on the A door sensor.
if you look to the left side of the A door where the sensor is u can see 2 sensores, one metal plate and another in button form. the problem is in the button form sensor, the A door is not push him right, try too push that 2 sensor's and see if the error desapears if so try to find a way to maintain them fushed

Posted on May 13, 2008

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SOURCE: Epson Aculaser C1100 E537

Hi there

This suggests a fuser error. This is the hot unit at the rear top of the machine.

Steps are as follows:-

1. Open COVER FUSER.
2. Draw out the COVER RH boss from the hole on COVER FUSER while pushing
COVER RH outward, and remove COVER FUSER.

After removal check coninuity across heater lamp amd thermistor terminals. If either shows anyhing more than 13 Ohms then you need to replace your fuser unit.

Anything more than that requires hands on technical expertise.

Good luck

ivorpits

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

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SOURCE: Epson Acculaser c1100 ink blead

First rule out that it is a paper issue by trying a different type of paper

If that dosnt work
check if the gradation setting is too small when printing graphics. On the Basic Setting menu in the printer driver, click More Settings, adjust the gradation setting by sliding the Contrast slider bar

If that dosnt work
Clean the print head .
see steps at the bottom

If that dosnt work
It is starting to look like drum/photoconductor problem, this may need to be replaced (the most expensive solution)



Follow the steps below to clean the printer head.
r_1.gif Open the cleaner cover on the right side of the printer. Then, open cover A. d580095.gif
r_2.gif Pull the blue lever on the right inside of the printer. d580096.gif
r_3.gif Move the blue cleaner slowly in and out once. d580097.gif
r_space.gif r_note.gif Note: r_space.gif r_space.gif Move the cleaner completely in and out. Otherwise, the printer may not be cleaned effectively. r_4.gif Push back the blue lever on the right inside of the printer. d580098.gif
r_5.gif Close cover A, then the cleaner cover. d580099.gif

Posted on Sep 11, 2009

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SOURCE: epson aculaser c1100 not printing right hand edge

The problem may well be that the drum needs cleaning. There is a plastic flap on the rhs of the machine. Open that and you can pull a long lever out. You also need to let down the front cover and pull out the lever on the right hand edge that faces you. Then extend the long lever at the side as far as it can go and push it in and out a few times. This should solve the problem. Put the front lever back and close the cover. It took me ages to find this - Epson are not good at highlighting it,.

Posted on May 08, 2010

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Epson c1100 e door open


Just solved the same problem. It is a very slight misalignment of the two rollers behind door E. I closed door E holding the vertical bar below the handle and just 'jiggled' it slightly from side to side, and it latched closed. Paper jam fixed, yippee!!

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Epson c1100 B open


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the cover B is not closed correctly: open cover B and colse it again
covre B is Nuber 1 at the picture below

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Epson C1100 paper jam at E problem.


Paper Jam at E refers to the back cover I recommend opening and closing the cover. If you have an auto duplex I recommend reseating the duplex unit and checking for and jammed paper.

Dec 05, 2009 | Epson Aculaser C1100 Printer

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Epson aculaser c1100 not printing right hand edge


The problem may well be that the drum needs cleaning. There is a plastic flap on the rhs of the machine. Open that and you can pull a long lever out. You also need to let down the front cover and pull out the lever on the right hand edge that faces you. Then extend the long lever at the side as far as it can go and push it in and out a few times. This should solve the problem. Put the front lever back and close the cover. It took me ages to find this - Epson are not good at highlighting it,.

Oct 22, 2009 | Epson Aculaser C1100 Printer

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Remove all toner cartridges


It took me some time but I found the sollution:

Remove the powercord from the printer.

Open the front door and remove the first toner.

Close the front door and open the top door, remove the photo conductor.
When the front door is closed, you can turn the toner trommel and move it so that the second toner gets in the remove position.

Open the front door and remove the toner.

Close the front door and turn the trommel.

Repeat those steps until all are removed.

Jul 30, 2009 | Epson Aculaser C1100 Printer

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cover "B" should be on the back of the printer. when you open the main back door at the bottom there is a little flap that will fall down, this is a sliht design flaw as you have to make sure that this is in an upright position before closing the main back door. from past experience its usualy hit and miss at getting it to work unfortunatly

hope this hepls

Pete

Sep 28, 2008 | Epson Aculaser C1100 Printer

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Toners c1100 epson


Easiest way is to open the front door, poke a screw driver into the interlock on the left side and this will free the carriage to rotate.

You can also do this via the printer driver, and the printer control panel. It's all listed in the User Manual.

Jul 04, 2008 | Epson Aculaser C1100 Printer

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B door open


There are two switches, so if you changed the one that was working....

Possible parts affected could be
- cover top
- cover fuser
- cover front assembly
- the switch
1) check the condition of the cover - top, front assembly and cover fuser closed?
2) on the cover top there is an "actuator", a plastic bit, which presses down on the switch assembly top - is that plastic bit broken, bent or deformed?
3) on the cover front assembly there is also an "actuator", check this
4) and of course same for the fuser cover
5) top cover, check the switch, disconnect the switch (P116-1) and press/release it - does that make a difference. If not replace switch
6) same procedure with the switch (P115-1) for front cover.

Feb 04, 2008 | Epson Aculaser C1100 Printer

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C door open


Hi , the c door switch try to check might stuck.

Jan 22, 2008 | Epson Aculaser C1100 Printer

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