I have a Dell E525W Printer. What is a CDT Sensor and where is it at?
What is the CDT Sensor and where is it at ?
@abstracted these are the sensors in question specifically, but you should clean both. Canned air is also helpful. I do see a buildup on both. Also, use a long wooden handled Q-tip. The issue with how these Dells handle disassembly if that isn't enough is it requires partial disassembly to clean. I find the CS/Go/modern (IoT) Optras handle calibration a lot more sensibly unless it is so screwed up that you need to adjust the CMY color alignment manually which generally only ever happens when someone does an ID-10T and offloads their screwed up printer on the market and it takes a while for someone to buy it because the buyer needs to be comfortable with reading the SM, using diagnostic mode and adjusting it.
To this day I think the "Dell" printers were counterintuitive since they're badge-engineered with minor keypad changes, but you own it and it still works. Dell dropped this market (thankfully, it made no sense) so if say, I want a Lexmark I am probably already going to buy a Lexmark; why they entered this market is beyond me. You're asking for trouble when they break too because you need to try multiples of the same part from various models in many cases so it's not like if I need to change a panel on a GO line Lexmark I know you can use the 2/3 series interchangeably but the 4 series can't be.
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