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asked Dec 16, 2000 at 12:57pm
Epson Epson Stylus Color II

Epson Action Laser II

Does anyone know what " service req E0003" error message indicates on an Epson Action Laser II?
Burned out quartz fuser lamp in the fuser assembly.
by moe on Dec 16, 2000 at 3:35pm Add comment
OHHHH.

Sounds expensive. Any suggestions where it would be best to try to get a replacment?

Thanks,

Paul

by unknown on Dec 16, 2000 at 7:12pm Add comment
OHHHH.

Sounds expensive. Any suggestions where it would be best to try to get a replacment?

Thanks,

Paul

by unknown on Dec 16, 2000 at 7:14pm Add comment
It's kind of expensive if you get it from Epson, all their parts are at least 3 figures! I know of another source for the lamps. I wasn't going to do a kit for the Action II because of it's age and high consumable prices. There aren't too many of them left that are in working condition. I just purchased a quantity of lamps for some new kit offerings, one of which is the Epson 1000/1500. I probably won't be buying any more for awhile and there's a minimum purchase so I can't just buy one lamp. I've got a couple of those printers for spare parts. They have working fuser assemblies if you don't mind a used one. Email me if you're interested.
by moe on Dec 17, 2000 at 10:28am Add comment
Moe,

I realise that it has been years, but do you still have any of those assemblies? I would be willing to buy a used one off of you

Regards,

JP
- Anonymous
I am interested in buying one of your kits for the Epson Action Laser II. The old fuse lasted for 7 years, so I'm willing to invest $45 to get another 7 out of it if it isn't extremely difficult to repair.Wes Adams
by unknown on Jun 27, 2001 at 9:30am Add comment
We don't sell kits for this model. We recommend tossing it because of the expensive and hard to find consumables. Buy an HP.
by moe on Jun 27, 2001 at 12:30pm Add comment
We used to keep those printers on the mezzanine level of our old shop. When we last moved about 5 years ago, we tossed them over the railing and watched them impact on the concrete. It helped relieve the stress of moving and there was no reason to keep them. Then we picked up the pieces and tossed them into the dumpster. I really can't believe that there is still one working. Why would you even want to keep it working?
by moe on Feb 23, 2007 at 8:02am Add comment