Hi this solution has already been covered in full lengths. Epson c900 and c1900 are similar. have a look at my posting on this. photoconductor reseting by Labatt in this forum. read from the start. http://www.fixya.com/support/t146110-epson_aculaser_c900_photoconductor
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Replace the photoconductor: 1. Turn the printer off, and replace the photoconductor unit. 2. Reset the page count. • Press and hold Select and Return while turning the printer on. • Release the button when Performing Self Test displays. • Select Reset Maint Cnt, and press Select. The counter is reset to zero.
84 replace photoconductor on the display indicates that the photoconductor has reached its expected life rating. You may continue to print but will be at risk for developing print quality issues. It is recommended that photoconductor unit be replaced. After replacing a photoconductor unit, you will also need to manually reset the PC counter,
Here's an article on How to Change the Photoconductor Unit/Kit on a Lexmark E250d(n), E350d, E352dn, or E450dn Printer. Just click on this link: http://bit.ly/aykTXL. This should give you an idea on how to install the photoconductor unit in the Lexmark E352dn printer.
NOTE: If you are replacing your old photoconductor unit with a new one, after installing it you will need to reset the photoconductor counter as well.
you can buy a replacement fuse and install it in your current photoconductor and reinsert and away you go. you say how, well i have carried out this proceedure twice already and still printing well.
my printer is also a c1900 i purchased my fuse on ebay for a fiver and it came with full instructions and photos on how to ( is is easy ) also inc was information on saving tonner which also works. since then i bought a replacement fuse at my local electrical retailer spares department and am currently using this one as i said i have changed fuses twice now. i hope this works if not contact me and i will copy that which i have.
the photoconductor unit may need replacing ? have you given your printer a service ? clean out all the dust from your unit making sure you dont touch the conductor unit do the best you can and try it again ok making sure the wast collector is empty too thanks
Turn printer off and remove photoconductor unit, close covers and turn printer back on without photoconductor, error will appear that you need to install photoconductor, install photoconductor and wait til it calibrates, if same error appears photoconductor is a consumable part you will have to replace it then.