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Re: Dell 1700 printer will not print
i think u might have used ur printer without paper often . unplug the printer from system and switch it off.Replug it again on the system ant switch it on and see. Even then if it is not printing uninstall the drivers for printers and reinstall again and print.
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If your Dell 1700 laser printer is not pulling paper all the way, try cleaning the pick up rollers.
To access the pick up rollers. Turn off the printer. Unplug everything from the back of the printer. Take out the toner/drum and set this aside out of the light (the drum is effected by light). Remove the paper tray. Set the printer on its backside. The rollers are located on the underside of the printer where you just removed the paper tray. You may have to move a blue flap to get at the rollers. Take a damp paper towel and clean these off. Another possible solution is to take the grey rollers off and turn them inside out and then place them back on the printer.
The pick up rollers should not be shiney, or cracked and dryed out. If they are, they will not pick up the paper to feed it into the printer. The tires should have "traction" to them so that they can grip the paper and feed it into the printer.
Once you have the tires cleaned off or turned inside out and placed back on reassemble the printer and try printing.
hmm..new cartridge? Check to see it's seated properly. And after replacing, go to the admin panel for the Dell printer, and check all the settings. Then, do a single test page, before doing a print run. http://www.kauaikeepsakes.com/computerguy/
has an option for a FREE Demo of a shared screen session. Click on the Free Demo link, and maybe we can t/s that from here.
sure..it's in the printer control panel, under paper source. Open that up, and you'l lmost likely find that it's on a default. Also, do a print test page under admin, prior to doing any print jobs. http://www.kauaikeepsakes.com/computerguy/
has an option for a Free demo of a Shared Screen session.