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    Service Manager 100+ Posts Claudio's Avatar
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    e-35 exit sensors going bad all the time

    The Toshiba photo-interruptors ( PN: C0-03663000 ) on the e-studio 35 fuser exit sensors go bad all the time. The same sensor went bad on an e-studio 550 optical home position.
    Has anyone by some chance tried a different make or part # for a sensor the works and does'nt go bad on a regular basis???

    These Toshiba sensors are a joke.
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    Don't have any of those machines in the field, but that sensor in the DP 3580/ 2570/ 2460 several times. Never more than once in the same machine, and not in my entire population. (So far, anyway)


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    Trusted Tech 50+ Posts Boogotshot's Avatar
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    These sensors were pretty bad about flaking out in the bridge unit also. Toshiba has a new part # for the sensors. The culprit is the heat from the fuser unit. Replace the exit sensors with the new sensors and they should work fine.

    Sorry, I don't have the number handy. I'll try to post it later.

    No! we never do that with the copier.

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    Trusted Tech 50+ Posts Boogotshot's Avatar
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    Part number for the exit sensors is 4401983230 (SZ-LG248L1) these are the new and improved exit sensors that seem to work better.

    No! we never do that with the copier.

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    Service Manager 100+ Posts Claudio's Avatar
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    Thanks Boogotshot for your follow-up.
    I think that may be an older part number.
    I have started experimenting with other brand sensors from copiers I took apart that have the green colored PCB inside the sensor to see if they perform any better.
    Have a great week.
    Claudio


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