These machines are outdated and I would like to find a couple of repair manuals so that I might repair them myself. I have a great ability to take something apart and put it back together, putting each piece back where it belongs. I can recognize faulty or broken parts. But I need the manuals for the details needed to put it back together properly. Can you tell me where I can get these manuals? If so I would appreciate it. Both scanners are malfunctioning. Sam Whaley, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Re: hp psc 750 and 950 mechanical repair manuals
Well they dont sell parts nor sell manel for sev guide for these if they would fix it they would replace it ok scanner dont work have u tryed latest drivers form website 1st remove old before u install new ok if that dont do it bad scanner and u wont be able to get parts or take it aprt atemp to fix it unless was simple like wheel feel off its track that wopuld be just taking it aprt cheak ing the rubberbands and wheels for prper line up ok thx nick
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The very appearance of you machine would indicate to me that the only way for you to scan multiple pages is to load and scan them one by one, as there is no automatic document feeder on the machine, just a manually lifted cover for the platen (glass).
However you can get a manual here:- HP PSC 700 User Manual
by clicking on the green "Download" button near the top of the page, and following the subsequent instructions to download the pdf file to your computer for future reference.
HP provide a number of support options as well, which can be accessed from this page:- HP PSC 750 All in One Printer support
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The carrier shaft is probably dry. Use sewing machine oil or 3 in 1 oil and put a couple drops on either side of the carrier, move is back and forth a couple times then power on. While in there, clean the pick roller with a damp cloth and rub the rollers horizontally
Inkjet printers are usually not serviced. They are made to sell so cheaply that the difficulty of dismantling them for repair can cost as much or more than a new replacement.
One thing you could do is find a used one and strip it. As there are usually no service manuals for inkjet printers, this will allow you to discover how it comes apart, and whether it's worth the hassle.
It sounds like you have a mechanical problem with the printer, these printers are pretty cheap new but are not very cost effective to repair, which is why you do not see many repair shops that are willing to work on printers.
you will likely have to replace the printer as any repair would cost more then replacement.
Although if it is still under warranty you could send it back to HP.
It's pretty rare to not be able to manually clear a paper jam. Occasionally, after you clear a jam, some paper gets stuck in the mechanism where your fingers can't reach. In that case, part of the printer mechanism needs to be taken apart to get to the jam. Like I said, it's pretty rare, but when it happens, your only option is to take the printer to a certified printer repair shop or back to the place where you bought it to get it worked on. Unless you know what you're doing, I wouldn't recommend using tools inside the printer yourself. You run the risk of damaging the mechanism and making your current problem worse.
The HP web site does publish a couple of solutions. Have a look at the information on the following two links and see if there's anything you may not have tried yet:
I'm not sure about this specific model, but I've had similar problems with other HP all-in-ones and usually what fixes it is uninstalling and reinstalling the software (make sure to follow their directions properly and not plug the printer in until they tell you to). You should also make sure you're using the most updated software from the HP website rather than the one that came on the CD with the printer which may be outdated.