I have a Lanier 5235 MFP. It copies and collates just fine. When I turn on the stapler option, it will try to staple and release the document just fine. However, the printed document has just the dent from a staple trying to go in and nothing in it. When I remove the staple cartridge, it's got one bent staple inside of it but it isn't detached. I've cleaned out everything that I can see that might prevent it from stapling. Any help??
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Corner is inside the machine open the front door turn green knob to bring stapler out then remove the blue/green cart. do not throw a way you will be replace the staple not the whole cart.. Sattle stich is the stapler that make you booklet with to staples in the middle. will be up on top of the finisher but under it same deal do not cast away replace staples only and make sure that you pull out the top section and reseat so the copier knows you replace those staples
if you press the finishing button on the display does it so stapler function there ?
or try taking the staple cartridge out and then close the door on the finisher and see if it says out of staples. if it does it knows it has a stapler unit.
Need more info. Most copiers do not come with a stapler. It is an option that typically (in ALL the models I have serviced) is a feature that comes with some sorter/finishers. If the output on your machine has a sorter, then look for a staple symbol or a button with a "staple" on it somewhere on the machine itself. If it lights up when you push it, you have a stapler option. They do tend to jam up easily, and the staples are kinda expensive. So if you don't see either of these on your machine.... YOU'RE THE STAPLER! =)
Are you sure it has stapling?
Some machine may show it on the control panel but it is an option that may or may not be installed.
Is there a stapler in the sorter?
If it does, then the stapling should come up as a finishing option when making copies.
On your control panel, there will be a Sort, Group and a Sort/Staple option.
Select this feature and it should staple your copies.
If you select this and it doesn't staple then it may be out of staples or the copy is not the correct size or orientation to allow stapling.
It is a stapler rotation error. The stapling tray pressure arms become
dull at the tips, so when the stapler attempts to move into position to
make the staple it cannot move the guides out of the way.
First choice) Replace the (4) stapling tray pressure arms
(LSTPP0357FCZZ). After you replace them you'll see that the tips get
worn down, and wedge into place so that the black support plates cannot
move out of the way of the stapler. The black plates look warped, but
they aren't (I should say they always look like that).
They are fairly easy to get to. You do have to remove the finisher from
the copier. Remove the front and rear covers. Open the right door. Pull
the pins that retain the door. From there you'll see the arms. They can
be changed with a little maneuvering.
2nd Choice) Clip overtight wire ties to the stapler rotation home position sensor.
3rd Choice) Shake down the stapler to its bottommost position (wherever
it settles is fine). Adjust the flag that triggers the stapler home
position sensor. If I remember correctly its the narrow **** in the
please make sure that there are no staples jammed in the unit, take the staple cartridge out, release the leaver on the staple cartridge and remove the first sheet of staples, close up the leaver, and reinsert in the copier.
First make sure that you do not have the collate and staple option checked on the printer menuing system or in the print setup on one of the local machines printing to it. Ensure that when auto-staple is not used that the error stops manifesting.
Then, I would check to make sure that you are installing the correct staples, length and width for the model.