Question about Xerox DOCUMATE 510 Flatbed Scanner
When using ADF for multi page feed, all but the last page have a color steak at the bottom of the page. Works fine when sigle page feed, and on flatbed.
Sounds like a dirty seal glass.
The small srtip of glass on the left side of the scanner.
Clean it well.
If there is no streak when scanning on the flad bed portion, then there is most likely a small almost non visible contaminant on the seal glass.
Use a regular piece of 20 pound paper crumpled with some glass cleaner or alcohol and clean that glass thorughly
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
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I am a Support Engineer with Xerox Scanners.
E8 is a Paper Jam error that could be caused by:
- paper crumpling during scan.
- paper is multi-feeding all at once instead of feeding separate.
- scanner continuously tries to feed after paper has fed through.
if the paper is crumpling during the scan, make sure the inside of the scanner is clear of any obstructions. use the paper guides in the ADF tray to keep the paper straight when feeding in.
if the paper is multifeeding while scanning, fan out the pages before inserting them into the scanner. if problem persists, try cleaning the rollers with rubbing alcohol and a lint free cloth.
if scanner tries to continually feed after the paper feeds through, the ADF tray will need to be reseated. open the scanner and remove the ADF tray at the top. line up the 4 keys at the bottom of the tray with the 4 corresponding key slots inside the scanner. push the tray back until it clicks into place.
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