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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had this exact problem. This printer was given to me, so I didn't have the instructions. I'm pretty sure I damaged it when I tried to open it to change the ink. I didn't realize there was a lever. After I got it open, I had trouble closing it, but eventually I got it to sit down flat. It was after this that the scanning function ceased to work as described by others.
I searched online to find a solution, but was hesitant to buy a repair manual. I read about someone else who took the unit apart. His experience was really a help as he knew just what part to take off. You need to remove the gray panel on the right side of the unit (as you are facing the front). This is the side with the USB port.
There are only three screws to remove. I used a flat head screw driver to gently pry the pieces apart. There are two places it snaps together on the bottom of the unit. I was able to get it apart without damaging anything. Once it's open, you will be able to see there are a few ribbons that connect the top of the unit to the circuit board in the base. For me, two of these had come loose. I simply slid them back in the slots where they seemed to belong and put the thing back together.
It was easier than I imagined and it worked! Good luck.
Posted on Mar 16, 2008
i just tested on a machine. if the copy light is on and if you press paper tray and copy size buttons at the same time it will show you a count if not i can show you a way to print it
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
RCA DRC 8052NB does nothing but displays "HELLO"
Among the voltages available from the power supply is a 3-volt source. The first capacitor after the diode is a 1000 microfarad, 6.3-volt unit. There were no signs of leakage of overheating, but I changed it anyway. Voila! the unit came to life. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
Hi, i have the same problem, do you fix it?, can you give me the solution please?
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Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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