Question about Lexmark Printers & Copiers
Making "clunking" noises when printing.please not: the printer is brand new out of the box.
This is a pretty general description of a printer making a noise. If it is brand new out of the box, in your user manual it should tell you of some retainers or stops that are put on the printhead and carriage for shipping purposes. Be sure you have read that part and it will give a picture of where they are located and how to get to them to remove them before operation. Good luck and God bless.
If everything is off as it should be, then consider seriously taking it back, it is brand new and it should not do anything but work right.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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Open up the "Printer Solution Center." If there is no icon on your desktop for your Lexmark printer, click on the "Start" menu button, which is located at the bottom left-hand corner of the screen. Click on "All Programs," and then look for "Lexmark." Select the "Printer Solution Center.
Choose "Install a new printer cartridge" under the "Maintenance" tab.
Click on "Next" until you see the "Print the Alignment page" option, then choose "Print."
Repeat steps 1,2 and 3 if the ink level gauge still isn't showing sufficient ink.
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