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Pulley belt when the belt came off it got trapped behind the ink ports cant get fingers in to pull on belt to release it to put it back on the drive end how do i release it

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It latches into place and is intended to stay in place, once pulled out. From a Google Search:

"If you place your fingers up behind the control panel in the middle you will find a release button allowing the panel to turn back in. It is right up against the bottom straight edge underneath right behind the display and just below the scan and fax button. Press in on the edge and with two fingers while pushing in with thumb."

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1.Turn off the printer power switch. Press the front cover release button and then open the front cover.
2.Hold the green handle of the drum unit. Lift the drum unit up and then pull it out until it stops.
3.Release the gray lock lever (1) that is on the left side of the printer. Pull the drum unit completely out of the printer.
4.Hold the green parts of the belt unit with both hands and lift the belt unit up, then pull it out.
5.Remove the waste toner box from the printer using the green handle.
6.Unpack the new waste toner and put the new waste toner box in the printer using the green handle.
7.Put the belt unit back in the printer. Match the mark on the belt unit to the mark on the printer. Push down on the green area of the belt unit to lock it in place.
8.Put the drum unit back in the printer as follows.

Make sure that the gray lock lever (1) is in the up position and put the drum unit in the printer. Push down the gray lock lever (1).
Push the drum unit in until it stops.
9.Close the front cover. And turn on the printer power switch.

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It means that the printer is unable to clean the print head number(s) 46. The print head is located under the ink cartridges. Remove the cartridges, and you should see a plastic piece with a hole in it to put your finger under and snap open. This allows you to see the print heads. The print heads look like a sponge type dabber on top of a plastic case. Grab a hold of the print head and pull it out. Look for ink that has spilled behind it or on any of the brass colored computer connections. use warm water and a lint free cloth to scrub it off. Press the print head sponge with your finger and make sure that ink primes and fills the head then put the printer back together and try a test page. If you stll get the error then you need to contact brother for a print head replacement.

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I have an error message pump motor stalled on my Photosmart Printer 8200. Can you help?


On the left hand side (Facing the printer) behind side cover sits a micro pump for the ink. Pull cover and check that belt is OK from gear to micro pump. You should be able to just turn back and forth- not too much, the large pulley on the pump. There will be some friction here..... I think you can turn on machine OK with this cover off and see if pulley is turning

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How do you get the ink cartridge out of the printer


  1. Unplug your Kodak Photo Dock's power cord. Pull the black tab on the right side of the printer down to open the ink cartridge door.
  2. 2 Push up on the green cartridge release tab in the upper center of the ink cartridge to release the old cartridge. Pull the old ink cartridge carefully from the Photo Dock.
  3. 3 Rotate the new ink cartridge's ribbon wheel on the side of the cartridge clockwise with your finger to remove any slack in the film. Do not rotate the wheel too much---this will damage the cartridge.
  4. 4 Insert the new ink cartridge into the Photo Dock with ribbon film facing down until you hear the cartridge click in place. The ink cartridge will only go in one way.



    Do not touch the ribbon with your fingers. Handle the cartridge by its edges.
  5. 5 Close the ink cartridge door and plug in your Kodak Photo Dock's power cord.
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Make sure the cartridge is firmly seated in its holder. It's possible that the carriage belt has broken or has slipped off the motot pulley. Look inside the printer and locate the flat toothed belt that pulls the carriage back and forth. follow it to either end and make sure that it isn't broken or slipped off the motor.

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Timing, jams or prints off bottom of page


Hi hotpress:
Try these steps.
Print transfer jams
1.
If a piece of paper is trapped in the paper preheater, try pushing out the paper by
inserting a stiff piece of cardstock into the paper preheater.
2. Using diagnostics, test the paper preheater sensors. If the test fails, replace the
paper/drum heater assembly.
3. Check to see if the upper feed roller drive belt is broken or slipped off of its pulleys. In
such a case, the upper feed roller does not rotate when the lower feed roller rotates.
4. Check that the feed rollers rotate smoothly and that the front cover is fully closed and
seated.
5. Check the paper-eject path for obstructions. Ensure no small pieces of paper are
trapped around the stripper fingers or rapid release guide.
6. Ensure that the transfix roller rotates during the transfix process. See SF168 and
SB467.
7. Test the sensors in the paper path. Look for damaged or non-operating sensor flags.
8. Check the transfix solenoid and its cam. Ensure they operate correctly and are properly
lubricated. If lubrication is needed, apply a dab of grease to the contact point between
the cam and the latch and the cam and the cam-advanced spring. Refer to
"Lubrication" on page 6-177.
9. A stripper finger, or rapid release guide, jam can occur because of broken teeth on the
small section of the back-side of the compound gear. The root cause of this may be also
be due to a lack of transfix cam grease. If you find broken teeth on the compound gear,
check for proper lubrication of the transfix cam. Be careful to ensure that no grease
touches the Y-axis belts. If the belts get contaminated with grease they must be
replaced. wipe off any excess grease to prevent it from dripping onto the belts.

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Try this I have had machine similar apart On the left hand side (Facing the printer) behind side cover sits a micro pump for the ink. Pull cover and check that belt is OK from gear to micro pump. You should be able to just turn back and forth- not too much, the large pulley on the pump. There will be some friction here..... I think you can turn on machine OK with this cover off and see if pulley is turning

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The thing that pulls the cartridges back n forth has come off.


hi yes it can be fixed, you need to take of a few covers and get it back down the carriage unit and put back on the belt.
its not that bad of a job prob worst is working out how the covers come off.
once they are off its a 5 minute job.
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