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"Wavy" paper is usually caused by something in the feed path catching. It can be lint build-up, dust or any number or things, including one or more rollers becoming too "slick" to feed the paper properly. My best suggestion is a vacuum cleaner, canned air and a good flashlight. Follow the user manual to remove as many of the serviceable parts (toner cartridge, drum, etc) as possible, cleaning each piece off with a dusting attachment. You do not want to blow toner around your home / office if it can be helped. Examine each part as you remove it to make sure it's normal. Look inside the printer along the paper path as much as you can; blow anything out using the canned air into the vacuum nozzle if practical.
The good / bad thing about the ML2165W is that they're easily replaced with something better if you can't get it working properly. Great excuse to go color laser or duplex printer.
Power off your printer. Take out the papers and unplugged cables from it. Remove the cartridge and then check is anything jamming the paper inside. After checking, reinsert the cartridge and plug the cables. Keep the paper and take a test print. **You can also avail our technical support by visiting our website: http://www.vtechsquad.com
You can download the device drivers for your computer from the motherboard manufacturer's WEB site. I cannot give you the link to the motherboard manufacturer's WEB site because youhave not provided me with the details of the make and model of your motherboard.
I had this same problem with mine. After taking the box apart and racking my brain on what it could be, I found this solution: I have 2 of The Incredible Holiday Light Show Trees from Gemmy and they
both had this same problem. After getting rained on they would work for
a few minutes and then the lights would dim to nothing but the music
still played. I completely disassembled one of them and checked the
voltages on all of the ICs first at no load then under full load. At no
load everything was fine but under load the input voltages when way
down. It turned out being the fuse (F22). It checked fine using
continuity and with no load but under load it heats up and reduces the
voltage going to the full wave rectifier. The full wave rectifier
provides the DC voltage to the whole circuit board. I didn't have a
replacement so I bypassed it with a jumper wire until I can get a better
fuse to replace it with. Both trees work fine now. OBTW the fuse F22
looks more like a disc capacitor then a fuse but it's marked so you
shouldn't have any trouble finding it. Hope this solves your problem as
it did mine.
You will have to open the control box and either solder in a jumper wire to bypass or replace this fuse. Hope this helps. I just went out in the garage to test it and this was fixed my issue
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An E3-01 is an error code for your toner hopper. Did you just recently change your toner bottle?
If so, open your front door, take the toner bottle out. Close the front door, turn the machine on, and let the machine cycle and stop.
After the machine is stopped, then open the door and then place the toner cartridge back in.
Close the door, and if the error code doesn't come back your problem should be fixed.
Let me know if you have any other problems. Good luck
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You didn't recover your CD burning program adequately.
Oddlly enough, you don't need drivers for the CD/DVD drives. They
aren't even recognized unless you have a non-microsoft burning
program. Those programs are worth updating. Find out what burning
software you have-- I recommend downloading Belarc Advisor, a free
program which not only tells you everything in your computer, with
model numbers for hardware and all of your software (with their
unique codes), but will also inform you if you are missing any needed
Windows updates. Once you know what you have, if it came with the
computer, you have to seek an upload at the computer manufacturer's
website, as it may be a special program not related to the burning
software purchased from the software manufacturer---go to their
website for upgrades. Check device manager in control panel under
hardware to see if you have a problem with anything (a big yellow
Then go to your audio manager on control panel, and set it up for
whatever speaker configuration you have. I have realtec audio
manager. This step is a must for configuring—you choose whether
your laptop will use its own speaks or use your external speakers—you
have to turn off the internal speakers and turn on the external.. you might find that your internal speakers are switched off.