When i insert paper in the stack bypass the machine does not detect the paper second problem is after a few copies the machine shows no paper in the first tray the tray has to be removed and put back then it works for another couple of copies please give me a solution for this
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check the drum insert flag in the drum unit(front side).it has to be intact as it has to match the sensor when the drum unit is inserted. u can see it when u insert the drum unit it is it at the front of he machine.u can also bypass it by placing a paper int the sensor
Hello, first, do you copy from second drawer or bypass tray or first drawer?
Open the left door, in lower section open the paper cover. Now remove drawer. If You look from the left door side beneath the drum unit, you will see axis with 2 rollers, CLEAN them with alcohol or water by rubbing them, and dry them with dry cloth. Also if you look little closer beneath the axis with rollers you will see the two rollers ( grey, one above the other ) clean them also or replace them if the rubber on them are too smooth.
If the problem appears when copy from second drawer, i.e. A3, you need to replace the pick-up clutch!
If the problem appears when copy from bypass, clean the bypass feed roller.
Someone has told the machine to either make a copy or print from a PC to the Bypass feed tray on the copier. If you are not trying to print something by using the bypass tray then just turn the machine off, then on again to clear the request from the copier. If you are trying to print or copy from the bypass tray then simply insert the correct paper size and direction into the bypass tray slot and the machine should automatically begin printing.
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Hi, first: did you set correct paper size and type for bypass insertion?
Second: Clean roller!!
Remove drum cover, its a cover left sideway, with grey handle in middle. You can remove it by pulling it into left side. Remove bypass tray, it is holded by two plastic hinges. You must remove them from its holders. Now you are able to see the bypass roller.Its in the midlle and has plastic axis from both sides. Clean it with alcohol, and dry it.
Try now, run few copies from bypass.
If that doesnt helps you you need to check bypass clutch, wich is located left of the bypass tray, covered with plastic cover, wich covers section from bypass to up to the fixing unit. To remove bypass clutch you also must remove back cover. But if you must do these write me on email@example.com, or call service, because the clutch must be putten into specific position.
first of all: when you put in paper cass. does the paper cass. produce abnormal sound like kling kling but without klang- if so the gear that rise paper is broken.( do not tray to remove and replace the gear without copy repair experience) this gear is in paper pick up unit, under the countless of clutches, spring, gears, solenoids,... second: can you see if there is any sensor hanging, remove both cass. and try to compare!
If the machine copys normal from second cass. it is allmost 100% pick up unit.-call service
Are you using the bypass tray for the second run? If so, of course you have a problem with the bypass paper path. As you might know, the workaround is to place the printed page face down on top of the paper stack in the input tray.
I would be amazed that if you tried to run it this way (page on stack) that the machine would cough it up. That would amaze me. Try running sparcely printed stuff through, stuff printed on only one side of the page, then the other, then the center, etc. Could be that there is some sensor in there that doesn't like black toner marks just to see what is going on. Then go from there by asking online with that info.
Most copiers have a stack bypass or single sheet bypass with adjustable walls. hit the paper select key to choose the bypass and run a test sheet to see which side it copies on. Some copiers copy on the top while others copy on the bottom.
First of all is it black lines and dark copies or is it like strans of toner on the copies? There is a difference....... One could be the drum unit that is right next to where you put toner in, just to the left of it. It is held in by one scew. It could also be a problem with the fixing ass'y. Is the display say to empty out the waste toner and how many copies are on the copier??? These are all the things I'm guessing on.. Need a little more info...