I put a brand new toner cart in and it feeds paper through properly. I am thinking that maybe it is a bulb of some sort or something is clogged that I can clean out. I cannot find the manual for assistance.
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It sound like friction noises. it could be because of the rollers and lubrictaion on gears that got hard creating the noise and also produce strain on the feed motor . I would sugest a good service on all mechanical parts.
The L80 printer guts are very similar to the HP 5L and HP 6L printer (Not well known, but the printing engines on many HP printers are made by Canon). In fact it is almost possible to use a 5L/6L toner cartridge in the L80, but as I recall there was a plastic nub that prevented it from fitting properly. This is probably meant to force the user to buy more expensive Canon toner carts instead of using cheaper generics for the 5L/6L. Try HP PartSurfer and you may be able to locate the part that you need.
Has anyone changed the paper size in the paper tray to another size by accident? Have you tried the manual feed tray? If that copies the whole image then the problem is with the paper size input of the paper tray.
A cust. brought this one in this morning.
The paper was jamming just before the toner cart. and the machine was damaging IU's
The back cartridge seating guide plate had snapped loose from the wall.
I popped it back into the wall, secured it and now it's working.
Yes, the machine will only make single copies if the toner light is on. Was the toner cart genuine Copystar? Or perhaps Kyocera cart? The machine is made by Kyocera and marketed under both name brands, however, the toner carts are different for both machines. I have seen many times that aftermarket carts will not always work properly.
Are you trying to replace the old toner or is this the first time -- new out of box? There is a pattern / order you have to follow to replace the cart. To make it easier, have the right cover open while doing this ( replacing the carts). Also make sure that you have the protective covers and tape off of the cart. Use the light colored area on the cart. to hold and DO NOT TOUCH THE DRUM !!!
Take the new cart. out and reinstall the old cart. Does the noise disappear? I would tap and shake the toner cart. BUT BE CAREFULL, the cart is ready to spill toner. On the box and in the instructions it tells you, or should, that you must shake and tap the outside of the cart. This is due to settling and the toner maybe packed. By tapping and shaking it will feel the toner. If the toner is packed it will put undue pressure on the augers inside the toner cart. and cause a grinding noise. If after tapping and shaking, reinstall the new cart. and check. If everything is ok -- great. If the noise remains contact the company your purchased the cart. from and ask for a replacement. These cart. are mass produced and mostly reused ( refurbed). Parts wear now and they do not replace the inside parts, they just repack with toner and seal.
Hi,,Could be the Transfer Corona unit that is shorting out through the end blocks.[High voltage unit] You get a fizzle sound most often when it is copying..
You can remove the unit and scrape the burnt track from the plastic end block.