The MF5770 I just bought dumps paper EVERY TIME I use it. The storage bin is not working. I did extend it. But it still drops the printed papers onto the floor. Anyone else have this problem? I'm certain there is a fix because nobody would find this acceptable.
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To avoid paper jams, use quality bond paper. A 2¼-inch roll of quality bond paper is included with your calculator. 1. Set POWER=ON. 2. Cut the end of the paper squarely. 3. Holding the paper so it unrolls from the bottom, insert the end of the paper firmly into the slot on the back of the calculator. 4. While feeding the paper into the slot, press up until the paper is in position. 5. Lift the blue metal paper holder so it extends behind the printer compartment. 6. Place the paper roll on the paper holder. 7. To print, set POWER=PRT or IC. Note: To prevent damage to the printer (which may void the warranty), set POWER=ON rather than PRT or IC when operating the calculator without paper.
Installing the Paper Roll 1. Lift the paper holder so that it extends behind the calculator. 2. Make sure the calculator is plugged into an easily accessible electrical outlet near the calculator. 3. Move the POWER switch to ON. 4. Insert the end of the paper into the paper slot on the back of the calculator as shown. To avoid paper jams, use quality bond paper. 5.While feeding the paper into the slot, press and hold up arrow. 6. Place the paper roll on the paper holder. Note: To prevent damaging the printer (which may void the warranty), move the POWER switch to ON when operating the calculator without paper.
You have probably got the bin so full it is stuck/jammed full of paper and you now can't remove it...this is a "consumer" model machine and to keep cost low they do not provide a "bag-full" light on the panel...you should regularly empty the bin so that the shredded paper does not totally jam the bin and in extreme cases then get caught back up into the cutting machanism and blow the pcb inside the machine...check your "users" instructions to remove the bin.
2 possibilities. Your Document Feeder separation rollers need to be cleaned. You can clean them with a cloth and glass cleaner. Look for an assembly that looks like this:
Just rotate and clean the tires and see if that helps.
There is also a separation pad assembly that you might have to replace if it is worn out. It looks like this:
Both of these parts can be ordered from Precisionroller.com
I am not affiliated with them in any way. Just use them from time to time for parts such as these.
Chances are the paper size in the cassette doesn't match the paper size (or alignment) that you've tried to print. Verify the paper and alignment of the paper match what you're trying to print, and that the paper guides in the cassette are locked into position for the size and alignment you're working with.
Go to the queue of print documents and continue deleting them until you get a message that reads no more in the queue. That will clear the error and then you should be able to resend with the correct paper size.
In our case the correct paper size was selected and received this error.