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Will not grab documents

The feeder on my HP Officejet Pro L7580 will not grab documents when faxing. I have to fax from the glass every time, but this is time consuming for multiple page faxes. I've tried cleaning the rollers and that did not work. What can I do?

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    Document feeder does not work. The solution to reset the printer did not work.

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Hi,

try this...

> unplug the power chord while the printer is turned on
> press and hold the # and 3 button on the printer at the same time and while holding it, insert the power chord.
> a semifull reset would be done
> after that try to fax.

thanks and regards
agnel

Posted on Mar 17, 2008

  • Tandesertman Feb 09, 2011

    The gears in the auto document feeder need to be checked and or replaced. The gears that turn the pick up assembly pivot back and forth to reverse the direction of the pick up assembly to either feed paper or lift up. There is a spring that keeps tension on them that likes to pop off. The document feeder needs to be removed from the printer to make the repair.

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