Question about Epson AcuLaser C1900 Printer
E086 is an ADC sensor error, it is usually caused by a piece of paper caught between the rollers of the photoconductor/IDT unit. Open the front cover, operate the latch inside the handle & turn the handle to the bottom position. Pull the handle to draw out the IDT unit until it stops. Gently lift the orange handle on top of the unit to remove the PCU. Treat these parts gently and avoid shining bright light at them as they are very sensitive. Check for & remove any paper and clean any toner spills with a soft cloth or air duster being careful not to scratch the delicate surfaces. Reassemble in reverse order. Hopefully all will now be well, please take a moment to rate the success of this suggestion.
Posted on May 03, 2011
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