Question about Canon imageCLASS MF6530 Monochrome Laser Copier/Printer
I have a problem with my CANON Imageclass 6530 LCD screen. About 1/2 the text has shifted off the left side of teh screen. I followed the instructions from the Canon website (Turn if off/unplug for several minutes) to no avail. Anyone have any ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: IMAGECLASS CANON 6530 -
there is a shutter on the laser scanner that is opened when you insert the cartridge.(not the one on the cartridge). There is a mechanism that breaks or bends when the cartridge is inserted to hard or quick. it is a design flaw. I am a technician and have repaired this problem several times. I dont recommend trying to remove this shutter if you are not mechanical inclined!
Posted on May 06, 2009
You can easily get that from any computer accessories dealer or shop and you can get it in a computer warehouse too. If you can't then you can go to canon online to see if you can get the product from them.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
This is either your toner cartridge or more likely the plastic arm that opens the laser shutter is broken. When you insert a toner and close the access door, there is a plastic arm that opens the laser shutter. If this shutter does not open it blocks the laser and results in blank copies. If the arm is broken you CAN open the laser shutter manually and block it open. What you need to do it open the cartridge access door, remove the cartridge and look for a 1/2 inch wide slot running from left to right in the metal frame that is in the back upper section where the cartridge goes. The plastic arm that operates the black plastic shutter is on the right side. If broken you can manually lift up the shutter and "block" it open using something like a folded up scrap of paper. I know it sounds strange but I have used this repair on several of my customers machines and they have all worked fine since. If you can not find or effect the repair yourself at least you will know where to point the service person when they come out to look at it.
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Posted on Mar 19, 2010
you have problem with laser shuter on laser unit. It needs to be fixed or replaced.
This is canons factory fault, and if the machine is under waranty call service.
Hope that helped!
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
If you had just changed the cartridge it my not be making contact with the drive that turns the drum. Some people pound on the back side while running a copy to get it to engage. This may take several times before it clicks into place. Take the cartridge out and close the door part way and you will notice that a white triagular shape drive arm will come out to engage the triangular shaped black driven unit that turns the drum. These two parts must mesh before the drum will turn and then you will get a copy. Once you get these two parts in the right place you will run fine until you pull the drum/cartridge unit out again.
Posted on Nov 23, 2010
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