Question about Epson Perfection 1260 Photo Flatbed Scanner
How do I disassemble the 1260 so that I can clean the underside of the glass document table ?
Hey! I've just find the solution. The only thing you need is a multi-screwdriver to take out the two screws sitted on the backside, then use a screwdriver with a plain point to separate the dark grey plastic piece from the light grey one (use a few toothpicks to keep every flap open). When you get all the flaps open just pull the light grey piece (the bottom one) and separate the dark one with the lid and the glass. Now you can clean conscientiounly the glass. Be sure to put in its right place the back little plastic piece that covers the power connector before closing your scanner when it's clean. Close it introducing the front side before and pressing over every flap. Work done! enjoy you Epson scanner!
I apologize for my english, maybe I've used any unconvenient word, but I think you'll understand it.
Jordi (Terrassa, Spain)
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
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