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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
http://printer.konicaminolta.com/support/current_printers/mc2430dl_sup.htm#Printer_Specific_Documentation The user guide should be helpful to you to pinpoint what is causing the noise. Sounds like the belt drive or gears may be having a problem. Let me know what happens. Tim
Posted on Mar 06, 2007
Try the steps given in the below document.
Also try the following resets and check
Perform a partial reset
A partial reset will return user settings to factory defaults. On some models, language and country/region settings are also reset. Perform a partial reset of the product by following the instructions below.
* Unplug the power cord from the unit.
* Reconnect the power cord into the unit.
* When the lights begin to flash, press and hold the On/Resume and Paper Size buttons.
* When only the On/Resume light is flashing, release the buttons.
* When the On/Resume light is steady, the reset is complete.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
I would check wherever possible for foreign objects in the printer. Failing that, a partial reset is available for your PSC 2410:
A partial reset can be done by:
1) Unplugging the power cord (you are already there!)
2) Press and hold the (#) key and (3) key while plugging the unit back in
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
Your rollers may be worn and when they are trying to pick up the paper they are not able to . Buy taking your printer to an authorized technician for a maintenance cleaning this should resolve your issue.
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
I have had the exact same problem. The problem is in the tray. It won't raise the paper properly despite how much paper you have in it. Make sure that all of the springs are there, and that the plastic sensors are correct.
I've found it useful to just buy another tray. You can find it as low as $30-35.
It's a very typical mechanical problem, but most likely resolved by changing the tray.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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