Hi guys. please help. when i turn the printer on, it loads the memory to 80MB and stops there and wont' do anything else. I dont know what the problem is. I tried to take out the memory and turn it back on again. it still does the same thing. I stopped after loading up the memory. any help will be very appriciate. Thanks guys.
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There is a little catch on the left side where the paper goes in, make sure that it is not stuck in the UP position, that will cause the printer to refuse to collect paper and send it trough the body and print. If it is down, try to use 20 pages of paper and do a PAPER FEED from your options, this will also clear it. If these fail, simply turn off the printer and let it set for 20 minutes to clear the chip memory, then start it back up. please let me know if there is anything else you might need, my pleasure to help out! GUY :)
Is there a typical application you are using? I noticed that file size (especially in adobe) can be an issue. If you go to printer settings (start / settings / printers / right click on the 1320 and select properties) choose device settings and the very bottom item is printer memory. I would increase this to like 80mb.... hope this helps
The unit has a bad formatter. The formatter generally comes with memory installed Part# Q7848-31004. Part is super easy to change 6 phillips head screws and 3 cables (ribbon, 6 pin, and 3 or 4 pin power) Remove formatter cover the remove formatter door by opening then lifting up, then unplug the 3 cables then remove the 6 screws. Install is reverse of removal.
Unfortunately most printers have what is called a Cache memory. once you initiate a print job the computer loads it in to the printer, Much like filling a glass of water then the printer takes slow sips so as not to overload the job..if you decide to cancel the print job at your computer you also have to hit the stop button on the printer. In most cases this will empty that "glass" Out and clear the memory. In Vista this problem is inherent to that O.S. I'm still an Xp kinda guy. I hope this helps. Be mucho blessed.. Mark