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Scanner glass missing

Need to find a place to get a piece of glass for scanner of hpc3180

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You can find it in any Hp partner
Or you can take the glass size and let any glass maker made it to you

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Missing part of image


Make sure that your original document is placed correctly on the scanner glass. Place the item you want to copy face down on the scanner glass in the lower right corner as shown.

12_9_2011_8_09_20_pm.jpgIf the problem continues, you may have to reset your printer to its default settings. Please follow the steps below:
  1. Power off the All-In-One (AIO).
  2. Press and hold the up arrow button and the menu button, and power the printer back on. The LCD will display Self Test Menu.
  3. Press the down arrow button until Clean NVRAM is highlighted. Press the Select button. The LCD will display Clearing. When the process is complete, the LCD will display Success.
  4. Power on the AIO.
I hope this helps.

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We have this machine at our church purchased a three yr. warrant with it and it expired 5 mths. ago, but during the warm up it begins to make sort of a grinding noise, then display says scanner error #...


Scanner error 5 indicates that the scanner head is not moving. This is most often caused by a bad scanner motor. If you open the ADF top, you should see the main scanner glass and then a small piece of glass. This smaller glass is held in place by one screw and a plastic retainer. Remove the screw and retainer, pop the glass out and smell the inside of the scanner. If you smell burned elecrical then that motor has definitely failed and you either have to try and find another scanner or find a donor motor. (the HP 3380, 3330 and M2727 all use the same motor).

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Two black lines down the side of the paper when fed from the top feeder.


Most likely dirt on the glass for the ADF scanner, but try making a copy from the glass first by lifting the lid and placing the document directly on the scanner. If that is clear, then it is definitely dirt on ADF glass. The ADF glass is the smaller piece of glass you see when you lift the lid. Use window cleaner and a soft cloth to make sure that you have all traces of dirt, liquid paper, post it note glue. Look at the glass from very carefully because even the slightest bit of goop can cause scan defects.

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When trying to copy or scan on my HP Photosmart C4400 printer I recieve a large black line down the document. This only happends when using the scanner.


Hi,
THERE IS A DUST PARTICLE LODGED ON THE PIECE OF GLASS ON THE SURFACE SCANNING SECTION OF YOUR SCANNER. The scanner section has a long 8 1/2 inch or longer piece of glass that is about 3/4 of an inch wide. Clean the piece of dust or whatever off of it and the line will go away.
I normally use a cotton swab with alcohol on it and get it off .
Good Idea is to clean the whole piece of glass off from time to time.
I hope this has been a help to you.
Best Regards,
Mark

Dec 30, 2010 | Printers & Copiers

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HpC3180 wont scan. I press the


if its not scanning and the power button is blinking then there is some hardware problem...clean the scanner bed..and try..if still doesnot work then its need s to be replaced..

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A line appears when photocopying


Check the glass for a piece or dirt. When you use the doc feader it runs the paper over the scanner instead of the scanner running over the paper when you put it on the glass. There should be a strip of glass that the doc feader uses. A small piece of white out can make a line. If the line apears when you place a piece of paper on the glass then it is your photo drum and you will need to replace the tonor cartrage,
Hope this helps

Sep 15, 2009 | HP LaserJet 3030 All-In-One Printer

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Lines on copy/scan/fax


You have something on your "scanner glass", the narrow piece of glass that the scanner "looks" through during adf use. Get some window cleaner or rubbing alcohol and clean it with a damp cloth. Often, it's correction fluid (Liquid Paper). A little dot is all it takes because the paper is traveling across the dot, effectively drawing a line down the length of the page.

Aug 04, 2009 | HP Printers & Copiers

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Line when coping from document feeder


If you lift the document feeder, you will see a narrow piece of glass on the left side. Originals are scanned across this when the feeder is used, so a small speck of dirt becomes a line when copying. clean the glass, and it should be good to go.

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Copying on my 7210 hp all in one


are you feeding in the copies from the Automatic Document Feeder? Open the top of the flat bed scanner and look to the left you will see a small piece of glass that is used for the ADF and then you will see a large piece of glass that is used for the flat bed scanner. Clean the small piece of glass used for the ADF and let it dry before trying to use the copier again. Test the copier and see if the gray line is still there. if you are using the flatbed portion of the scanner, clean the larger glass on the scanner and as before let it dry before trying to use the copier again and then test the copier.

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Line prints down page when you copy


No promise that this will work for everyone, but I just fixed one with the same problem. I figured either there was something on the scanner sensor itself or on the glass. If you look to the left of the large glass scan area, you will see a smaller glass strip. When you use the auto document feeder, the scanner stays under that piece of glass. To narrow the problem down, I tried copying a sheet on the large glass (not using the ADF). No line. So, it wasn't the sensor itself, it had to be something on the small glass. That piece of glass is held down with double-sided tape. Dell tries to keep dust and dirt out of the interior of the unit, but it isn't hermetically sealed. So, when something gets underneath the glass, it can stick and create a permanent spot where the sensor only sees darkness. First, try cleaning the top. Look very carefully at the glass about where that line is appearing on the paper (if the line is 2 inches from the side, look about two inches in on the glass. If you are lucky, there's some whiteout (famous for screwing up scanners) or something else stuck to the top. Clean it. Gently. If you scratch it, you're going to hate your scans and copies forever. If it's on the bottom, prepare to void your warranty if Dell finds out, but carefully and slowly pry the piece of plastic holding the small piece of glass out of the machine. It's just sticky tape, but it is on all sides of the piece and it covers the large piece of glass, too. That's where I started, using a very small knife edge to slowly pry up the plastic from the large piece of glass. Little by little, the piece came up. Again, be careful. If you pry too hard, you can break the large scan glass or the piece of plastic you are removing. Once it's out, don't get any dirt on the tape that held it in place - it needs to work when you finish. Now, gently clean the glass. I used a lintfree cotton rag and some glass cleaner. In about a minute, I was able to remove all traces of dirt from both sides and put it gently back into the printer. I haven't had a problem since and hope you have the same luck!

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