My Printer begins to take in my cd tray and then about half way in it stops, trys to align itself, and then starts printing on the cd tray at the front rather than on the dvd??!!
Tried turning the machine off and on.
Printed on 7 dvd's with no previous problem.
Can anyone please help?
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Either the sensor and/or the laser lens inside the tray are dirty, a common fault printers)or you are not aligning the disk properly when placing in the tray. You can try using a CD\DVD cleaning disk and a can of compressed air to blow out dust. If this fails uninstall the printer's drivers and software and reinstall everything from the beginning. If that fails return for repairs. NEVER use stick on disc labels, only use write on discs
Hi Jamieos, Turn the printer off and on.Solved? Turn the printer off and disconnect from PC.Unplug from power.Reboot the PC. Remove the papers from the feed tray and look through the paper path for any obstructions. Load the print papers and make sure they are correctly aligned on the feed tray. Cear any print queues on your PC. Connect everything now and start the PC. Try printing.
1. Raise the input tray, which you may fold over the top for compact storage. Lower the output tray at the bottom.
2. Slide the "paper-width guide" on the input tray to the left. This is the small, adjustable tab situated where you will place the stack of paper.
3. Load a small stack of paper into the input tray. Make sure short side is forward and the print side is up. For some paper, it makes no difference which side is up. Slide the stack down until it stops.
4. Slide the paper-width guide to the right, snug up against the stack of paper to ensure proper alignment.
1. click start 2. click printer and faxes 3. right click your installed printer and then properties 4. click printing preferences 5. click maintenance tab there you should see alignment option click it
I have R265 ... make sure the tray is set up in the corner and aligned properly. and check if perhaps there's a corner of the tray missing due to an accidental damage or something and the lases senses it's not there, which causes the printer to think it's not aligned right
Hi there I had a similar problem and could'nt figure out why the cd tray was not going all the way through. Then I realised that I was being dense and had the printer too close to the wall and the tray could'nt feed "through" properly. Check your distances. Maybe you're not as dense as me but check just in case. Regards Tom
I experienced the same problem on a HP Photosmart C7280 All-in-one printer. The problem was that the light-blue plastic piece, which covers half of the printing paper tray, had gotten out of alignment with the gray piece which covers the other half of the paper stack. Pull the blue plastic tray out and align it properly.
(1) Check you have about 6 inches clearance at the back of the printer (2) When loading the CD Tray, Align the arrows then when the printer starts to feed the tray, give the tray a gentle push towards the back of its direction of travel. That seems to help on my R200