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- Boris Epstein
May 4, 2010, 8:49 pm
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Out printer was happy... until we got this error: 07,010.43:73178 .
Based on what little I managed to find on the web something seems
wrong with the printhead.
To this end, I've got a question: is there a good manual anywhere on
how to open up and disassemble these printers?
This or any other relevant advice much appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
Re: Xerox Phaser 8560DN - potential print head problem
Boris Epstein wrote:
The claim is, the print head is supposed to be good for 1 million prints.
It is piezoelectric and shoots molten ink. It doesn't come in contact
with the drum or the paper. The print head shoots ink onto the drum,
and from there, the paper is pressed to the drum, to transfer the ink.
On an expensive printer like that, a qualified technician may be
a good investment. They'll have the tools and parts to fix it.
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