Question about Konica Minolta magicolor 2400 Laser Printer
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Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I've nearly the same problem....My printer(HL5050) takes only a little bit of the sheet, then paper led flashes.
I've found a block into the paper feeder. This printer is impossible to disassemble.!!...even if I've the service manual, because for taking away a simple pressed paper block , it's necessary disassembling almost all the machine!!! No comment
So I'd an idea:
I've sprayed into the paper feeder a great quantity of a cleaning spray (without oil) , in order to get the paper block wet, then , by means a school-book plastic cover, used like a paper sheet, and manually acting on the gear, I've pulled this plastic sheet up and down several time (spraying in the same time)in order to remove these hard paper blocks. Now my feeder seems free. Tomorrow I'll try to test it.....
PS To do this it's necessary the only removal of left cover, in order to reach the gear which allows the paper to advance manually.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
I had the same problem with my mp 160, Error message was blinking. I tried to print but the printer would take 1/10 of the whole page and stop, even though rollers were moving. My solution for this was to take a piece of thin cardbord(I used a magazine cover), cut it in a size of A4, put it in printer, printed it and when the rollers start moving I forcebly pushed the cardboard through. Now it seems to work fine. Hope it does for you.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
Hi Girlemom. Just had the same problem here. Lift up the lid and slide the ink cartridges to the left. If they are stuck in the middle, this will prevent the printer from starting properly. Then, unplug it, plug back in, and turn on. It should restart normally.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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