Question about Dell 1320c Network Standard Color Laser Printer
When turn on the ! lights up on the printer when you try to print the error code is 009-340-0x00002000
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Posted on May 05, 2009
this error means
Drum Full of
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Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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I also had this problem with faded print down the left hand side. I decided to strip the printer down. I had to completely remove the laser imaging unit which meant removing all the covers and a couple of circuit boards. I then cleaned the lenses/mirrors inside the open front and laser head (behind a flap with laser warning sticker) with compressed air. This cured the problem but took a couple of hours. I wouldn't recommend doing this unless you are reasonable competent with electro mechanical devices.
Having seen the laser imaging unit out of the printer, it seems a real shame that it wasn't manufactured to be air/toner tight as this could have been achieved at a small cost.
I hope this is helpful ;)
Posted on Dec 10, 2010
SOURCE: Dell 1320C
On page 30 of the 1320c manual it says this signifies the coming end of the PHD (print head device). I cannot find a part number or reference to the PHD on the Dell web site pages connected with this printer
Posted on Dec 15, 2010
If the light is flashing, it might not be the PHD, but you might be having a problem with the PDL emulation. Just go the control panel, right click the Dell printer. Select printer properties, not properties. Go to the advanced tab and check print directly to printer instead of spool print documents. This should work.
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
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