$20 sounds a lot for it.
Hey, if that is the part you need to repair your printer, you will pay the money!
(Mind you, I have purchased new printers for less so I have no idea why that printer would be so valuable as to warrant repair in the incredibly improbable event that sensor failed.)
No I do know but the file was too because big and I want messing around compressing it
Is that gibberish to say you couldn't be bothered? :roll_eyes:
Anyone have any idea where I will be able to find the pinout???
You are kidding! :astonished:
This is an Arduino forum. If you do not have a breadboard on which you can set up a 470 ohm resistor and a series LED to probe for the IR LED in the photo-interrupter and then write a sketch to relay an input with INPUT_PULLUP to relay the photo-transistor state to the Pin 13 LED while you try the connections, then you aren't worth your salt!