Checked (ohmmeter)110v line into printed circuit board, main switch ok (four terminals).
Is there a cutoff switch or sensor that would cause this problem. Do not have manuel.
Machine is completely dead, will not "boot up" for screen.
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Here's the link to the Lexmark website for the available Lexmark 4039 drivers. http://bit.ly/9d4tdC. Click on the Microsoft, Macintosh, Linux/Unix or Others dropdown found below the page to choose the version of the operating system of your computer. Download and install the software. Hope this helps.
Refilled cartridges are a pain. The small circuit board on the cartridge is deformed when you place the new cartridge into the printer. After you refill the cartridge, the same circuit board is then deformed again when it is fitted. If any of those deformations do not line up with the original ones, you get issues like this one or you get dropouts in the printed characters. This is because the circuit is no longer touching the pads on the print carriage. You cannot remove these deformations without damaging the cartridge. My advice is purchase a printer which does not have the print head attached to the cartridge, like a canon ip1000. Look for something that has ink tanks rather then a print cartridge, or only use new cartridges in your lexmark.
Seriously, buy a new printer. Companies sell toner, not printers! The printer is basically a "freebie" and is a marketing vehicle to sell toner. I tossed my C510 into the dumpster. It had four new toner cartridges. System diagnostics said that everything was at 95% or better. The printer had about 1600 prints on it. The first set of toner cartridges (full at purchase!) printed great. Then, I got dotted lines on clean prints. Or, I would get washed out, yellow tinted print and often, there was no black print. I called a printer repair shop and they laughed and told me to chuck the printer - they were suprised it lasted through the first set of cartridges. Lexmark literally "ignored me to death."
I will NEVER buy another Lexmark. The Brother and HP color lazers are probably the best bet. I have two HP B&W's that are paper pumps - an old 4V and a 6MP. The sad part is that I paid a bit more for the Lexmark than the competing HP. You live and then you learn!
due i have also same problem..but the problem is that there was a slot of toner which is broken thats why its come.the main problem is that we cant by the slot alone..so have to by the total toner!!damn
On the 4039 model the manual paper feeder fits on the back of the printer. There are two arms that fit into the back of the printer and it just sort of rests there. It takes a little bit of trying to get it right if you've never done it before, but a little patience and you'll get it. If you have a newer lexmark than a 4039 the feeder attaches to the front on top of the lower door. Hope that helps.