Question about HP LaserJet 3330 All-In-One Printer
Ok, The scanners on these things rely on "seeing" if you will, the end of there travel across the glass. If they can't "see" where they are supposed to stop they try to keep going, reaching the end and causing the noise you describe. The noise is the toothed belt slipping on the pulley that drives it. There is no Ratchet.
Should be two pieces of glass the big one and a smaller strip to the left.
Remove the strip I'm pretty sure it is one screw and a latch that slides to one side to remove.
Clean the glass.
Get the scanner assm. over to the opening. pretend to copy or by hand with power off.
Gently wipe the scanner bulbs and use a Qtip to clean the mirrors below as best you can.
At the end of the scanner assm. (Front of Machine) you will see a piece of glass kind of pointing at you. It looks like it shouldn't be there. Clean this it is the "EYEBALL"
this has worked for me.
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Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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