Question about Kodak EASYSHARE Printer Dock Thermal Photo
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: KODAK EASYSHARE PLUS SERIES 3
always..did I say always, check for driver corruption when this happens. Remember that photo printers are just scanners turned upside down(just kidding, but it's not that far off). Also, the printer should be on it's own circuit(meaning NOT plugged into power strip same as pc or other devices, especially modems)
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
SOURCE: kodak printer dock series 3
The problem is most likely a broken plastic lever on the end of the
shaft that moves the print head. The plastic lever is keyed to the
shaft by a flat on the shaft. The plastic has a tendency to split at
the edge of the flat, resulting in the lever slipping on the shaft.
This in turn results in one side of the print head not contacting the
paper with sufficient pressure. The other end of the shaft has a thick
plastic sector gear which is much less likely to break.
I fixed mine by making a clamp from a metal spacer (made from split tube about 1/8 inch long) and force fitting it over the part of the plastic lever that fits on the metal shaft (on the end towards the inside of the unit). There is just enough clearance to do this without hitting the print head frame.
To remove the plastic lever, first remove two screws from back of unit, then pull up on top of unit, unplug two ribbon cables from circuit board and remove top. Then unplug two remaining ribbon cables from circuit board, and three screws holding circuit board. Lift circuit board and fan/fan-holder as one piece. Finally, disengage tab on plastic retainer on end of metal shaft, rotate tab straight up and lift shaft up and to the side (may require a little wiggling). The plastic lever slides off the metal shaft.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
I read this solution to a problem someone else was having which was similar to my problem. I wiped off the roller with a damp cloth, made sure it was dry and that's all it took to allow the roller to be able to start to pull the paper through. - thanks for the help!
Posted on May 28, 2009
Print a demo sheet.
1. Verify that inkjet paper is loaded in the paper tray.
2. Press and hold Scan + Copy/Resume simultaneously until the On/Off light flashes green.
Does a blank print appear? If so:
How did the paper exit your printer?
Quickly and smoothly
Slowly and in increments
If quickly and smoothly, contact Kodak at 1-800-421-6699.
To expedite the call, provide the agent with the one of the following reference IDs - PH02 for image quality problems or BP01 for problems with blank prints.
If slowly and in increments, reference BP02
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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