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Sometimes the machine starts to feed paper on it's own with nobody even near it. It will keep going until the whole roll has passed through unless I shut it off first. What do you think the problem is?

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You can try resetting the unit by pressng the RESET switch on the bottom of the unit. Note that resetting will clear the set date and time configuration, as well as conversion rate, tax/discount rate, and memory contents.

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Turn off the Sharp EL-1801V.

  • 2 Cut the end of the replacement paper roll for a fresh edge and to ensure a smooth feed. Do not tear the paper roll, as feeding a torn paper roll can cause a paper jam.
  • 3 Insert the cut edge into the paper opening on the back of the Sharp EL-1801V. Hold the paper roll so that the edge being fed into the machine is coming from the bottom of the roll. Turn the power on.
  • 4 Press the "Feed" button until the paper is fed through the unit. Lift the metal paper roll holder up. Slide the paper roll onto the paper-roll holder.

  • Read more: Directions for Replacing the Paper Roll on a Sharp EL-1801V ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_7294657_directions-paper-roll-sharp-el_1801v.html#ixzz1eNqkJA8g

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    A fix from a forum:

    Procedure 1 We found this procedure to work for the Stylus Photo 1270 type printer, and understand that it also works for the 870 range and even earlier models like the Stylus Color 740. The error is indicated on these printers by all four lights on the printer flashing. Even if you press the power switch on the printer, the lights continue to flash, and the printer does not turn off!
    1. Turn off your printer, ensuring that the print head is at it's home location and locked in place as normal;
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    1. Turn off your printer, ensuring that the print head is at it's home location and locked in place as normal;
    2. Hold down the paper feed button only;
    3. Turn on the printer;
    4. As the paper feed light starts flashing, release the button;
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    6. Allow printer to complete it's processing, then turn off for a few seconds, and back on again for a newly working printer!
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    2. Switch off printer at mains switch - leave off for 20+ seconds;
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    4. Switch on at mains;
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    9. Press and hold down the ROLL FEED button (the one at the extreme left) and keep it down until the machine finishes whirring, cleaning etc and the green light comes on steady;
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    Depending on what type of printer you have:

    Procedure 1 We found this procedure to work for the Stylus Photo 1270 type printer, and understand that it also works for the 870 range and even earlier models like the Stylus Color 740. The error is indicated on these printers by all four lights on the printer flashing. Even if you press the power switch on the printer, the lights continue to flash, and the printer does not turn off!
    1. Turn off your printer, ensuring that the print head is at it's home location and locked in place as normal;
    2. Power off the printer at the wall or by removing the power cable, for at least 20 seconds;
    3. When you restore power to the printer at the wall socket or by reinserting the cable, if the lights come back on straight away, the printer's power switch was 'on' - switch it off and return to step 1;
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    1. Turn off your printer, ensuring that the print head is at it's home location and locked in place as normal;
    2. Hold down the paper feed button only;
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    5. Immediately hold down the ink-drops button for some 10-20 seconds or until the printer springs into life;
    6. Allow printer to complete it's processing, then turn off for a few seconds, and back on again for a newly working printer!
    Procedure 3 - for 1290 and possibly 890 printers 1290 printer with green (power / data) and red (ink / paper feed) lights flashing alternately:
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    2. Switch off printer at mains switch - leave off for 20+ seconds;
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