20 Most Recent Epson AcuLaser C900 Printer Questions & Answers


Hey Marts Try this: Remove the PCU and the Transfer belt assy's Look inside the machine to the back, top left where you will see the cam as detailed in the picture below Open the right door and you will see a Green Wheel about half way down on the back side. Turn this wheel so the cam inside turns untill it is about 100 - 110 degrees further round (anti clockwise) than it is in the picture - basically make it go as far round anti clockwise as it will go Now try reinserting the TFB and PCU assy's in turn. You do not need to insert the 2 big silver screws that hold these units in place Close her up and see how you get on. If this has no effect, let me know and I will see what else you can do.

Epson AcuLaser... • Answered on Feb 11, 2016


Epson C-900. There is a fuse in the photoconductor unit and the transfer unit. The photoconductor has a shorter life, so it can be a few years before the transfer unit goes end of life. I suspect the fuses are blown by the machine when the counters get to end of life limit set by the manufacturer. On both components, if the fuse is reinstated/by-passed, the machine will think it has a new part. Spare fuses are available for the photoconductor unit.

The fuse on the transfer unit is a green resistor on a small board behind a black plastic dust cover on the front edge of the transfer unit (remove 3 screws to access). Ask a friend who understands basic electric circuits if you are stumped at this point.

Of course this mechanism is there to ensure you enjoy high quality output from your printer and keep it in top condition. By over-riding the mechanism quality will deteriorate and risk of failure increases.

KAF2008

Epson AcuLaser... • Answered on May 21, 2014


You need to free some space in your HARD DISK C: DRIVE. because he needs memory to print documents

Epson AcuLaser... • Answered on Jun 23, 2013


Clean your roller and see if there are loose gears or trapped objects inside. As for the faint prints, check your toner density. The normal setting should be 3

Epson AcuLaser... • Answered on Dec 19, 2012


Locate Empty Toner Cartridge
  • Turn off your Epson C900 printer and unplug it from your computer and from the electrical socket. Open the left-side panel of your C900 printer and locate the toner cartridge you want to replace. Epson has labeled each of the four cartridges.

Remove Old Toner Cartridge
  • Stick a finger in each of the holes in the empty toner cartridge. Pinch your fingers together and then slide the cartridge out from the printer's interior.

Insert New Toner Cartridge
  • Remove the new toner cartridge from its packaging and shake it vigorously to remix any settled toner. Take the cover off of the new cartridge by lifting it up and out to the right. Slide the new toner cartridge into the empty slot in your C900 printer. Close the left-side panel of your C900.

Epson AcuLaser... • Answered on Oct 07, 2012

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