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Printer will not print

Displays "Standard Top BIN full". There are no paper jams, drawers are 1/2 full of paper and there is nothing in the top feed.

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There is a small switch actuator where the paper comes out, make sure it is not hung up.

it should flop up and down. it is stuck up, the machine thinks the top of the printer is full of paper.

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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