Question about Dell 5310n Laser Printer
Whenever we print envelopes to the Dell 5310n, it makes a loud knocking noise as the envelope feeds into the printer. We were told that this same printer is doing the same thing in our other office. What could this be and how can we fix this?
This is a good thing. The 'knocking' noise is actually called a "Thumper". It's purpose is to get the air out of the envelope before it hits the fuser. Air in the envelope typically leads to creases on the envelope itself.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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