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educated guess .is rain is getting into a plugin inside your door shorting out and making it move better get on this a kid could have thier head sticking out and it hurts them or worse. remove panel spray the plug in with wd40 then black tape the plug in and a bit of the wires past each side hopefully this will keep it dry. if thats not it water is getting into the window switches on the inside of door do simalr action to prevent water getting on them tape plastic over back side it may have been removed from a previous repair.
well, when this happens to me, I grab the glass with a pair of pliers with tape on the window top, to prevent damage, Push on the switch to go up. Sometimes motors stick in the upward direction when down too low.
There is a window on each end of the toner cartridge that you can cover with electrical tape and keep printing, it shines a light thru and when the toner is too low it says it's empty. The weight can be misleading.
Replace the old ink cartridge.
Verify that the unit is on. The On button is lit when the unit is on. If the device is not on, press the button to turn on the unit.
Open the print cartridge door. The print carriage moves to the far right side of the unit.
Wait until the print carriage is idle and silent, and then lightly press down on a print cartridge to release it.
When replacing the tri-color print cartridge, remove the print cartridge from the slot on the left.
When replacing the black or photo print cartridge, remove the print cartridge from the slot on the right.
Pull the print cartridge toward you and out of its slot.
If the print cartridge is being removed because it is low or out of ink, recycle the print cartridge.
Remove the new print cartridge from its packaging.
Remove the plastic tape by using the pink pull tab.
Removing the Tape from the catridge.
Will have Copper-colored contacts.
Plastic tape with pink pull tab ( must be removed before installing ).
Ink nozzles under tape
The HP All-in-One prompts for an alignment of the cartridges every time a print cartridge is installed or replaced. Follow these steps to align the print cartridges from the control panel.
Top & Bottom not printing properly.
Load unused, plain, white letter, A4, or legal paper into the input tray
If coloured paper is loaded in the Input tray when the print catridges are aligned, the alignment will fail. Load unused, plain white paper into the input tray when the Printer catridges are aligned, the alignment will fail. Load and unused plain white paper into the Input Tray and then try the alignment again.
Press 6 to select Tools .
Press 2 to select Align Print Cartridge
The unit prints a print cartridge alignment sheet.
Load the alignment sheet print-side down and top first in the center of the document feeder tray, and then press OK. Now the printer will print properly.
The Brother machines require all colors in order to print anything, even just black. You can put a small piece of electrical tape over the clear window on the cartridge and the machine will think it's full.
To get every bit of toner powder out of the cartridge, first remove the
toner unit from the drum assembly. Second, find the little circular
window on the right-side of the toner cartridge. Third, place a piece
of black electrical tape over the clear window, cannot be clear tape.
Fourth, re-install the toner cartridge into the drum assembly. Last,
put the complete unit back into your printer. This worked for me.
You need to seal the portion of the air conditioner that is inside the window from the portion that is outside the window, Sweating is caused by moist outside air leaking in and contacting the cold portion of the air conditioner. Do not use duct tape, buy aluminum tape which is what professionals use to seal air leaks on ducts. Home Depot sells the tape. Buy the smallest quantity you can find that will do the job ( it can be expensive ) unless you plan to go into air conditioning duct installation.
For best results use some form of insulation over the accordian like side baffles ( cut to fit) . Styrafoam from packaging or silver backed insulboard (Home Depot). Now tape the sides of the insulation to all sides of the window frame, bottom of the window, the sill, and the air conditioner.
Unless you enjoy doing this every year - plan on this being a permanent installation. It is a tedious job because the aluminum tape is not very forgiving and has a peel off backing but it sticks forever.