Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
When I press 'print', the catridge makes a strange loud noise, moves hesitatingly forward. It then slams back very loudly into the wall of the machine. I suspect the pulling cord is broken. Can you show me, preferably with a diagram, how to fix this problem?
i have a lexmark 6300 all-in-one as i put the printer on, it marks a very loud noise and hits the cartridge holder on one end and then the other, and it will not print
Sounds like the photo sensor for the "transducer" for the cartridge assy is not working (or there is a power supply related problem....)
Look for loose connections of any cable from the small blocks on either side thin strip that goes through (behind) the the cartridge assy.It has thousands of verticle lines on it.....
They could also be dirty (Incorrect speed sensing).
(Try to clean if printer is dirty...Be careful not to blow i the cartridge assy area as the ink may fly everywhere)
DO not touch the thin strip with verticle lines .Very Delicate...
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