Does anyone know how to adjust the tracking manually? My tapes jump all over the place and I sometimes it rolls. I can't find anything in the manual as how to do this. I bought a video cleaner but that doesn't work
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There is no adjusting the thermistors. they sit at a fixed spot on the hot roller. Replacement is eminent. the temp control circuitry takes averages on these two (and 3) sensors many times a minute to achieve a very precise temperature, that melts toner,dries the toner but doesn't burn the paper. 5 degrees either way could be disastrous. Call Toshiba Business Solutions (you won't regret it )
Their is a switch letting it know that it is not closed.
find the switch and either adjust it so it closed the contacts ,when the
door is closed,. or temporarily jump it out to confirm that it is the switch. Sometimes switches can be shimmed up with tape etc.
Hello, I had a similar problem. The guides have a white stripe facing the camera (facing the inside of the scanner), the scanner uses this white stripe to define the image. If the guides are in place, and you turn the scanner off, you can see there is a black tape on one of the borders of the guide it is black on one side, and white on the other. You can take the guides off, and check if you can see the white stripe, sometimes this stripe has some scratches, or is not completely white. You can try placing a white piece of paper of the same size as the white stripe on top of the existing white stripe so that it serves the same purpose, if that does not work, you might need to take the black tape that has the white stripe on it, and try to replace it. The scanner needs that white stripe to be completely white. Hope it helps
I have many years experience repairing Canon scanners so here is my suggestion for you.
That is a common problem with that model of scanner. Make sure you have the lock released for the scanning lens first. If it is realeased you may have to remove the glass assembly so you can gain access to the scanner lens. They sometimes jump off their track in shipping. If you can move your scanner lens freely by hand then I am sure you have a bad motor. Before you do any of these things I have suggested make sure the power is disconnected at the wall to the scanner.
I have many years repairing Canon scanners and here is my suggestion to you.
If you are positive the lock switch is unlocked then I think what happened is the scanner inside the scanner is off its track an can not move. I would remove the glass on the top of your flat bed scanner to gain access to the scanner lens then I would try and move the scanner lens manually with the power off to the scanner. If it does move freely then I would think you have a bad scanner lens. If it doesnt move freely try and reposition the lens back on to its track. They some times jump off there track from shipping.
Remove the glass using a knife to remove the the gray plastic on both sides and in front. They are held in place with double-sided tape.
Clean the inside of the glass with rubbing alcohol. Also clean the insides of the center track and the silicon bumps on both sides of the scanning wand.
put a tiny amount of spray silicon on a Q-tip and run it up and down the insides of that center track.
Use the Q-tip again to wipe the silicon bumps. put it back together and there you go!
Hi, You are on the right track... It is normal that for every scan a new window opens... the problem is to put them in one frame...
After your scans... create a new window (let's name it ABC) and set the size that you wanted... if you're done. Go to the 1st scan then select and copy a frame... Now go to ABC frame and paste it, adjust the size to project the accommodation of what is to be placed inside. Go to the 2nd scan then select and copy a frame... Go to ABC frame and paste it, again set the size... Keep doing that to other scanned data and.....