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Re: Cannon NP 6035
2 things will cause this.
1 is a problem with the scanner: brokenn cable, dirty rails, dirty or faulty sensor, faulty scan motor or motor driver.
The second is much simpler. A stuck key on the keypad will lock the machine. Press every button on the panel to make sure each one makes the usual click sound as it is pressed. Sometimes just pressing the keys will cause it to become unstuck, other times the keyboard must be disassembled to remove the crumb, dirt, debris, etc, interfering with the key.
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But I think that the best way is to buy new one digital age.Its not worthed to waste your time on this machine. In service manual wont find nothing abaout your problem description. Check dc controller, power supply, check fixing assy...
open the front cover, then you will need to slide out the piece the toner goes into, upper right side. Set the toner cartridge on top. You will see a tab to pull toward you, so the toner will drop down into the copier. Push the tab back in. Then push the cartridge toward the back of the copier a little and pull up.
Are you getting a totally blank copy or just very light. If I were you I would cheak to see that the developer Lock is in the right place. It seats right under the developping unit. It should be locked to the Left. It will move the developing unit closer to the Drum unit..Good Luck
sounds like a bad control panel. Unfortunately I've had to replace quite a few of those when I use to work for Canon on those models.
Try this, press really ******* any key see it changes.Not sure if you are tech oriented but you can remove the panel and get to the main board ( a lot of tiny screws) but not hat hard, once you get to the board you can push the buttons on it and see if it changes.