Question about Dell 1700n Laser Printer
Help, my margins have shifted to the right. The paper in the tray is just fine and the holders in the tray are set just right. Please help!
Some questions first: -Where in the paper path is it jamming? -Is it always in the same spot or does it vary? -Roughly how many pages have you printed with this printer? -Did anything lead up to this or has it progressively gotten worse?
Posted on Feb 21, 2007
It sounds like the feeder wheels are going out. If you pull out your tray and look up underneath you will see a set of rubber wheels. THey are supposed to lower and feed the paper. I am sure they are still rolling but not lowering all the time. Mine are out completely, can still print by feeding a sheet at a time in the front load slot.
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
SOURCE: DELL Laser printer 1700/1700n
All flashing lights for the Dell 1700 series (1700, 1710, 1720 including those that have n or dn as part of the model) printers is a service related error. When double pressing the continue button twice quickly, the printer will give a secondary error code, narrowing down the printer part being effected. It is possible to even narrow the error code down even futher by double pressing the continue button and taking note of which combination of lights come on, wether they are steady or blinking. Most generally when this series of printers, when you get all flashing lights, something major is going on with the printer. It could be pointing to the fuser, or main board, etc. You can call dell warranty support and they will help narrow down which part is being effected. Most generally, what is being effected is not cost effective to get fixed if you are no longer under warranty.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
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