Question about Epson Aculaser C1100 Printer
Solution #1 above is WRONG. I suspect it was written by an epson consumables sales rep.
The photo conductor has a Kill chip that disables the PCU after a shamefully short number of copies. This chip can be replaced for about 30 pounds sterling. Google for it.
You can get a considerable extension in the use of the PCU, but it will have to be replaced at some point.
I even had the blue roller refurbed by Total Image Direct near London, UK. That was also about 30 quid.
I'm on my 3rd or 4th set of catridges (took over a year before people would produce refills for them though) and still on the first Photo conductor.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
Nope. If it says it wants a new one, it needs a new one. If you try to extend the usage from the old one you will end up with rubbish prints and possible problems in other areas.
Bite the bullet and give it a new one.
Posted on Feb 19, 2008
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