Question about Dell 1135n AllInOne Laser Printer
This is a sporadic problem and when it occurs, there is no paper in the output bin. No flashing lights on the printer itself, just a popup on the computer re printing status. Thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a black, curved-shape piece that hangs down (protrudes) from within the paper bay (visible with cartridge removed) that is spring-loaded. That piece might be jammed or broken.
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
SOURCE: dell 5200M laser printer
there is a flag in the output bin that lets the printer know when there is too much paper on top of the printer and it stops so that the papers do not continue to feed out and overflow.
Either the flag is stuck in the up position, in which case you can just gently move it so it is hanging straight down, or the flag has been broken off and no longer functional ( in which case the flag and/or sensor would need to be replaced).
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
SOURCE: Dell Printer 1720
This error is caused by the the flap on the right hand side of the output tray (the tray the paper feeds into once it has printed). It becomes stuck in the up position and sends a false positive error to the printer. One "work around" for this is to tape a quarter to the plastic flap. This keeps the flap in a down position, thus negating the false positive. The other option is to call dell laser printer tech support to get it fixed. <If it is still under warranty>
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
a few questions:
-Do you know this printer IP?
-Can you ping this printer?
-How many printers do you have on your network?
-Did all the printers on your network offline or just this printer?
-Did you check the network cable that connected to your printer?
-you might try to restart printer spooling service on your print server
-If your server is still functional, you might try to reinstall/set up this printer on network
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
Sounds like the Outputflag is sticking or not returning back to the proper position as quickly as i should. The output flag is gravity return in other words there is no spring required.
Perhaps there is paper or dust collecting in that area and causing the flag to stick... regardless follow these instructions to test this :
The output bin flag on the 1720dn is on the right side. (as you face the printer)
Turn the printer off, hold up the flag while pwring on, wait until al the lights stop cycling. the only light remaining ON (flashing) should be "Remove Output".
Release the Output Bin flag; the light should stop flashing (go out) and the "Ready" light
If this is the case try cleaning that area with compressed air to see if the flag will lower on its own.
Best of Luck
Posted on May 18, 2009
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The light sequence means that the output bin is full. Remove printed pages from the output bin.
Press Continue to clear the error code.
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