The girls in one of my out of town offices tell me that there is a small black sensor beside the feed module. I would like to find an exploded view of the inner workings so I can order parts. Can you tell me where I can find something like a parts manual? Thanks, Bob
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L1-00 Error means: Feeding not completed within specified time after starting feeding (Also could be the scanner head lock is on)
where the scanner head rests under the cover there is a sticker with a small black line and if there is very little difference or machine is unable to detect the calibration strip then it gives a L1-00 error, sometimes resetting the machine helps,
But i would suggest cleaning scanner shaft and tracks , and apply one drop of machine oil on shaft and a very small amount of vaseline on the tracks and make sure it runs freely, NOTE when manually moving scanner head make sure machine is OFF , and gently above the shaft and not in the middle ,
NB ! Never ever ever remove the small circuit board on scanner unit!!! If you do you buy a new unit
and check if scanner motor is plugged into mother board
There is a sensor that is located where the front edge of the paper sits when you load paper. If you take all of the paper out of the feed tray and use a flashlight to look in the throat of the paper feed area, you should see a small piece of plastic (in the shape of a blade) sticking up. If you do not see that sensor flag it may be broken off, or there may be a small piece of paper jammed against the sensor flag, keeping it from moving downward when you load the paper tray. That can happen if you pull a mis-fed piece of paper out of the machine in the opposite direction that the paper normally travels when printing. When you load the paper in the machine, it pushes that sensor flag down, telling the machine that there is paper loaded. either the sensor flag is broken off or there is something jamming the paper sensor, keeping it from being pushed down by the paper.
Check the Paper Sensor on the ADF. If it is stuck, a Document Jam Error will occur because the scanner will attempt to feed documents when there are none. The sensor I'm speaking of is a black plastic lever that sits in a slot to the right of the feed roller. It should stick up through the slot (3/4 inch) and spring back if depressed and released.
i am not sure how to get to the feed and seperation rollers/pads in this doc feeder. But if you can access them even a small amount you might try using alcohol solution to clean them up and or a green scott bright scartching pad to ruff the surface up a bit to give them grip and to help clean them off some. might even use a little simple green on the pad to help clean them off thena paper town to dry the rest off. this could buy you some time till you can get a new set of rollers to have put into it
Check your supply settings. Die cut or black mark? It's also possible you have a bad/broken/dirty supply sensor. The supply sensor is black and is located on the adjustable supply guides. These guides are what you first feed the supplies thru as they come off of the roll. Opposite of the small black latch you move to adjust for supply width.