Question about Dell 1600n All-In-One Laser Printer
The pickup roller is not feeding the paper into the printer causing it to have an error.
Posted by Anonymous on
The1600n pick up roller part number R5375 is probably cracked and otherwise in need of replacement. They cost about $20 - $50 from various sources. Try ebay and Amazon.com first.
Posted on Aug 01, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Document Jam in Dell 1600n
The Automatic Document Feed (ADF) has a white rubber pad that wears out. You can find it by opening the ADF cover and removing the roller bar. Under that is the white rubber pad. Pinch the sides together and the assembley comes out. Contact Dell for the replacement. You may also refer to the Dell 1600n Owners Manual for instructions.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
I had a similar problem deploying these printers, however i found using the XP drivers in 2003 does work fine. Not sure why dell doesnt have an installer for this printer in 2003 server, but here you go.
extract that file, note its destination directory. do not attempt to run the setup.exe, it will fail saying your operating system is not supported.
instead navigate to (if you didnt change the path) C:DelldriversR165289p0nPrinterPCLWINXP
this folder contains the driver you need to install manually.
one stange thing about these lexmark based network printers is the need to select 'local printer' during install, uncheck automatically search for my device, and then create a new TCP/IP port. Use the IP address provided by the network configuration print out you can access on the front panel of the printer. now just make sure to select 'lexmark network card' as the type of network interface. it should now ask you for your printer type, click have disk, and point to the driver folder mentioned earlier.
hope this helps. thanks alot dell.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: dell 1600N printer paper jam
More than likely you need a new pick up roller. It is located at the top of the tray area in the printer. You will see a black rubber roller with white nylon clips on both sides. You can confirm if it is the problem by removing and washing it with soap and water, then clipping it back in and running a few copies.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
SOURCE: dell 1700 will not feed paper
If your Dell 1700 laser printer is not pulling paper all the way, try cleaning the pick up rollers.
To access the pick up rollers. Turn off the printer. Unplug everything from the back of the printer. Take out the toner/drum and set this aside out of the light (the drum is effected by light). Remove the paper tray. Set the printer on its backside. The rollers are located on the underside of the printer where you just removed the paper tray. You may have to move a blue flap to get at the rollers. Take a damp paper towel and clean these off. Another possible solution is to take the grey rollers off and turn them inside out and then place them back on the printer.
The pick up rollers should not be shiney, or cracked and dryed out. If they are, they will not pick up the paper to feed it into the printer. The tires should have "traction" to them so that they can grip the paper and feed it into the printer.
Once you have the tires cleaned off or turned inside out and placed back on reassemble the printer and try printing.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
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