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The red light on the startup-button indicates that the machine is not ready for a photocopy. Usally there is something stuck in automated document feeder (ADF). Take a close look and see if can see something in the paperpath. If no luck, try pushing a A4 sheet manually through the ADF and see if something comes out with the sheet. Usally there is a small piece of paper, a paper clip or a staple stuck in the ADF. If nothing found in the ADF, the Scanner Controller Board is probably broke, and needs to be replaced. Good luck.
Remove any paper from the copyboard glass before using the ADF.
Straighten any curls or wrinkles from
documents before putting them on the document tray. If this is not
possible, do not scan these documents using the ADF. Instead, use the
copyboard glass or make a photocopy of the documents and scan the
Remove staples, paper clips, and any other materials from documents.
Avoid documents with tears, perforations, or punch holes.
Do not use the ADF to scan sheets of uncommon paper or other media, such as the following:
lightweight ("onionskin") carbons
For paper smaller than 5 inches (127 mm)
by 7 inches (178 mm) or larger than 14 inches (356 mm) by 8.5 inches
(216 mm), use the scanner glass instead of the ADF. Paper smaller than
the minimum size may cause a paper jam.
For paper lighter than 16 lb bond (60 g/m sq) or heavier than 32 lb bond (120 g/m sq), use the scanner glass instead of the ADF.
Before scanning, always push the front of the ADF downward to the scanner to ensure that the magnetic latches are engaged.
Step 1 - Load the Paper
Besides the instructions below, quick
reference decals on the input tray and access hatch show the order of
steps for paper loading.
Turn on the scanner.
Ensure the scanner's scanner glass is free of paper.
Turn the green paper load lever into an upright and open position. Refer to decal number 1 located on the ADF access hatch.
Put the top end of the paper stack face up on the input tray. Refer to decal number 2 and pointer arrows on the ADF input tray.
Push the paper stack up against the
green document guide and slide it right against the green registration
stop, which is in the middle of the paper load window.
Turn the green paper load lever 45
degrees into the closed position. This will secure the paper stack.
Refer to decal number 3 on the ADF access hatch. The ADF is now loaded
and ready for scanning.
Step 2 - Scan the Document
The ADF works with many software packages
that are compatible with the HP ScanJet color scanners. To scan a
document, refer to the user's manual of the software package being used.
To Scan a Single Page
To scan a single page while the ADF is installed on the scanner, do the following.
Remove any pages from the ADF input tray.
Raise the ADF.
Place the page on the scanner's copyboard glass.
Lower the ADF all the way and do the scan.
LINK OF THE USER MANUAL IS GIVEN BELOW.............
hi im jules_09.have you set the paper size first before copying.there is nothing wrong with adf its fine.if you want to use fls go to the program then set the size of the paper and which tray you are going to use each paper tray can be adjusted according to your paper size needs
Hi songman to sort you need to have the A4 paper in both cassettes one cassette needs to be A4 portrait(wide edge first) and the other needs to be landscape (short edge first)make sure you have the green paper size selector set correctly as well
regards Dr Bob1