20 Most Recent Samsung CLP 300 Laser Printer Questions & Answers


I have to open the front panel as though I were going to replace the toner cartridge, but, instead I pull out the toner reclamation cartridge (the gray "L" shaped one to the left of the cyan cartridge) and then put it back in. This has cleared it each time for me.

Samsung CLP 300... | Answered on Mar 14, 2019


Dear ,
Install a smart pane software from samsung.com and search clp-300 printer and download the software.

Samsung CLP 300... | Answered on Mar 05, 2019


That looks a lot like my HP2102d. Is there a door on the back. Most card stock needs to use a straight path through the machine rather than curling up through to the front.

Samsung CLP 300... | Answered on Dec 15, 2018


i have problem with samsung laser printer ml 3470 series, lsu motor error

Samsung CLP 300... | Answered on Nov 21, 2018


There is a foreign object in the paper feed path. It could be anything from a paper clip or staple through to an insect (or worse). It will definitely be on the side where the crumpling occurs. Try feeding a strip of card or thin flexible plastic backwards through the feed mechanism. A laminated sheet of paper can also be effective for this.

Samsung CLP 300... | Answered on Nov 22, 2017


Kyocera printers are very reliable and have excellent warranty,also very helpful call centres

Samsung CLP 300... | Answered on Oct 28, 2017


Hi
I have a utility to reset the consumables errors on this printer, but only if the component is past its lifecount. (60k for transfer belt)

Its called CLP-300_Reset_RLCv04.exe or just RLCV-04.exe (if you can find a copy)

If you need a copy, let me know and I'll find some way to get it to you.

I've used it for transfer belt reset and it works.

Samsung CLP 300... | Answered on Jul 05, 2017


Just give up. It is NOT possible to fix ANY such problem, EVER ... unless you REVEAL the MODEL of the printer you are trying to get help with!

Samsung CLP 300... | Answered on Jun 08, 2017


I should have updated this a while ago, as I see others have had the same problem since my post on 27 August.

After calling Samsung technician out to take a look, he suggested getting a higher quality cable (conected to the computer). Despite the fact that the cable which we'd been using for months always seemed to work ok, we got another one of higher quality, and the printer now works fine.

I don't know why the cable stopped working efficiently, but it did.

I hope this helps...

Samsung CLP 300... | Answered on May 31, 2017


Dev. Home error can be fixed by stretching out a solenoid spring on the power cord side of the printer. The solenoid acts as a clutch to stop the spinning developer actuator at the right spot.

The problem is that the spring gets weak over time / the cogs round out over time and the solenoid finger is overcome by the spinning cogs, and resulting in selecting the wrong developer.

Open up the right side (power cord side) of the printer (take off top cover, then take off side cover). Then, find a solenoid (little metal square) that touches the white plastic vertical spur gear. Take the spring off the solenoid. Now, put the spring back on - only this time you will attach one anchor point to the middle of the spring as to pre-stretch the spring for more tension.



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Samsung CLP 300... | Answered on Jul 04, 2016


try this:

1. Press # sign; then 1934
2. Press MENU
3. Arrow to Tech Mode (not User Mode); press OK
4. DataSetup; move arrow to Clear All Memory
5. Clear All Memory; press OK
6. Choose coonutry; press OK; will erase and print out configuration report; clearing the transfer belt error.

This wipes out the counter on the Transfer Belt. Clear All Memory means all your settings are wiped out. This also reset all the counters EXCEPT the imaging unit counter.

Trust this helps. Please vote.

Samsung CLP 300... | Answered on May 19, 2016


The LSU is the Laser Scanning Unit.
You have to take out the Image Drum, The hole Unit wehre the toner is installed in. There's a green latch you have to pull and then take it out of the printer. Now you have to look inside the printer. On the ground is a small shutter, you have to pusch it to the rear side and hold it there. Under the shutter is the LSU. Now you can clean it with a non-fuzzing cloth.

Hope i can help you.

Greetings from Germany

Samsung CLP 300... | Answered on Apr 23, 2016


The red light on this printer would normally indicate paper jam, a cover open or the waste toner container is full. I would recommend double checking that no small bits of paper have got themselves lodged around rollers inside the printer. Failing this I would check the status of the waste toner bottle to see how full the printer thinks it is.
This can normally be done using the printers software on the PC, but sadly I am unfamiliar with doing it for your particular machine.

Samsung CLP 300... | Answered on Apr 04, 2016


Unfortunately you cannot there is a resistor on the unit that when you replace it it blows resetting the transfer counter.

Sorry
J

Samsung CLP 300... | Answered on Apr 04, 2016

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