Question about Canon DR-4010C
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Canon Dr-9080C scanner
to check the page count install the driver and setup the scanner as a "scanner device" on your computer. Once you have done that , go to the "control panel" than "scanners and printers". Right-click on the device that says "Cannon DR-9080C" and select "properties". The device information will appear, than select the "counter" tab on the information box; the scan count will be listed.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
SOURCE: error message -4431
If the scanners keeps blinking while powering on, it is because it has not been intialised. Check for loose shreds of paper in the paper path. Unless the scanner intialises, it cannot scan. If simpel 'countonly' option works, then the scanner is okay.
S. Mohan, Chennai, India
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
SOURCE: Canon DR-3080cii paperjam
The 3 paper sensors are located along the center of the paper path. They are: Registration (lever type) on the bottom between separation & registration. Look for lever damage or torn paper. Scan Start (reflective) on the top between registration & front reading roller. Clean the sensor window with qtip & alcohol. Delivery (lever) at the eject roller. Same as reg, but harder to see due to location.The feed roller exchange kit is 6915A001. The rollers in this machine are not considered user replaceable.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
Clean the rubber rollers (pickup and ******) with a damp cloth, loosen the papers to be scanned. Clean all the rollers in the scanning path. What is the eror that is displayed? Download the user manual from this site http://www.usa.canon.com/opd/controller?act=OPDSoftwareAct&fcategoryid=2341&modelid=11293 (5010um.pdf). Change the rollers if they are old.
S. Mohan, Chennai, India
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
It's going to be the sensor or the circuit board. Make sure the sensor is clear (use a vacuum cleaner with a crevice attachment blowing air should be very limited, because staples blown onto the circuit boards WILL fry them).
If the sensor is clear, then the sensor is probably unplugged; they don't go bad very often. If you don't feel comfortable taking it apart to check it out, call a tech. If you do take it apart, make sure the sensor and all cables are plugged in. If they are, you have a bad circuit board. For Canon Scanner Repair in Dallas, Texas :call Scan-R-Store
Posted on Feb 29, 2012
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