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Re: Standard Output Bin Full
Check near where the paper comes out for a little plastic flag that can move up or down. If it's the model I'm thinking of that has that, It's possible it has stuck up, making the printer think the paper bin is full. If so, you should be able to just flick it down and it'll be alright.
If not, well, maybe someone else can help you out, this is just the first thing I thought of.
I fix this after 4 days of troubleshooting in the fuser side there is purple wire that attach to the cover of the printer. locate this in resocet the purple wire in the bord which located to rigrth side body of the printer Good luck ">
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This error is cause by either having your output paper bin full of paper or the flag sensor out of alignment where the paper comes out of the top. Look at the top f the printer where the paper comes out and you should see a black plastic sensor flag, it should move freely. If it is stuck remove the top cover above it and try to free it so it can move. Below is a picture of the printer with the output sensor flag circled.
After print paper reaches upper bin, you can observe a flag moving while paper coming out. once this flag is stopped moving printer treates bin full..check the flag is moving freely. open top cover clean this sensor.
I have to assume that it is empty. Stand at the back of the printer. At the very top, facing you is the output bin. It's black. There is a plastic rod that goes across the bin. It has 'fingers' attached to it that direct the paper to lay flat. It should move up and down using your finger. Make sure that it isn't jammed in the up state. If it is free moving and you still get the error, the sensor is probably bad
If you have removed the paper from the output bin at the top of the printer and the message won't go away, either the sensor is bad or the actuator is stuck in the up position.
Look at the top of the printer at the rear right of the fuser. There should be what looks like a plastic rod(usually black in color) with plastic "flags". It should be free, moving up and down with your finger. It is used to guide the paper into the bin. What usually happens is the rod gets jammed in the up position telling the printer that the output bin is full. If your printer has this problem, just push the flags down to free it. This should fix your problem. Sorry but I don't have a 5550 in front of me, so this is from memory. Good Luck
check the flag that hangs down as the paper is exiting printer.... sometimes the flag gets stuck in the up position..(causing the printer to think there's a big stack of paper needed to be taken off the machine
The Standard Bin Full message is refering to the main output tray for the printer. If you have nothing mounted to the top of the printer, then the standard tray is where the paper is exiting.
What the message is telling you the bin is full and it is not, most likley the failure is that the sensor (a piece of wire is jammed in the up position. Just release the wire and let it hang down. That should clear your message and let you start printing again.
Hi there is seems that the machine thinks there is too much paper at the paper printout exit. If there are printouts on the top of the printer remove them and the printer will start printing or the error message will go away. If there is nothing on top of the printer then where the paper comes out after it has printed you will see a black plastic lever type it is more likely to be in the up position without breaking it if it hasn't already been broken move it so it is in the down position it is on a hinge so be careful and it should sit at an angle. Once this has been done the printer will reset the message itself.
Hope this is help you oh if the arm is broken it will need replacing (just the arm)