Question about Sharp AL-1641CS Laser Digital Copier
When copies are made through my auto feeder, only 2/3 of the page is being copied. I've tried resetting the copier by unplugging and replugging, the same problem persists. I have contacted Sharp and they tell me that the timer for the auto feeder is off and needs to be adjusted. Does anyone know how to adjust the timer on this copier?
I assume the sheet is going through the feeder properly and not sticking?
you may need to go into the crop codes think it is the C button and the lighten button (2nd in from left) C first then lighten and repeat (C,L,C,L) - the lights should go out use the up down arrows to select the adjust code enter 50 and hit the start button then enter 16 adjust the value and then do a copy see if better or worse & adjust accordingly you are adjusting the SPF mode document off
center adjustment hope this helps P.S this is one of the cheapest sharp copiers! so don't expect too much - spend more!
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
Does the same occur when the manual paper feed path is used? has this problem has just "popped up" without notice or was it a gradual event?
Posted on May 20, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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