Question about Dell 1600n All-In-One Laser Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I just experienced this problem today. The beeping means that when you tried to update the firmware it damaged the printer internally. I would have to assume there is some kind of chip in there that can be flashed and it got cooked by the firmware update. Dell is sending me a new one.
Posted on Apr 06, 2008
SOURCE: Document Jam in Dell 1600n
The Automatic Document Feed (ADF) has a white rubber pad that wears out. You can find it by opening the ADF cover and removing the roller bar. Under that is the white rubber pad. Pinch the sides together and the assembley comes out. Contact Dell for the replacement. You may also refer to the Dell 1600n Owners Manual for instructions.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
it is definately a problem with the startup cycle circut but will need testing to determine the exact cause , it old enough that they may have stopped making parts for it though
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
I had a similar problem deploying these printers, however i found using the XP drivers in 2003 does work fine. Not sure why dell doesnt have an installer for this printer in 2003 server, but here you go.
extract that file, note its destination directory. do not attempt to run the setup.exe, it will fail saying your operating system is not supported.
instead navigate to (if you didnt change the path) C:DelldriversR165289p0nPrinterPCLWINXP
this folder contains the driver you need to install manually.
one stange thing about these lexmark based network printers is the need to select 'local printer' during install, uncheck automatically search for my device, and then create a new TCP/IP port. Use the IP address provided by the network configuration print out you can access on the front panel of the printer. now just make sure to select 'lexmark network card' as the type of network interface. it should now ask you for your printer type, click have disk, and point to the driver folder mentioned earlier.
hope this helps. thanks alot dell.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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