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Internial tray lift mech broken if error on specific tray

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Registry unit might be defect some gear on it just replace one unit fix my problem

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My Sharp AL-1655C makes a knocking noise when I turn it on, how can I repair this?


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My HP PSC 4500 printer makes a loud knocking noise when first turned on which goes off after a few seconds and printer woorks okay


OfficeJet Printers have a "spittoon" in which a rubber pad is used to wipe the bottoms of the cartridges to maintain a clean jet nozzle area. To find this, the unit will go to it's home position, "bump" that side where the spittoon resides, to confirm it's home position, then wipe the cartridges before its ready for use. In other words: "That's a normal noise for this model of printer". It will happen every time you power it up or wake it from hibernation mode with a print job.

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every scanner I have owned makes a knocking noise. That includes Epson and Canon and HP.
There is no adjustment that I have found.
If you are concerned ring the Dell Support phone number.
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Dell 5310n knocking noise when printing envelopes


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There is a thin strip of plastic that my son somehow took off ?


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Knocking noise


Remove the toner cartridge to hear if the noise goes away.

Pull the 2 caps with the arrows on them in the rear to check if the 2 Phillips screws are tight.

If you loosen those screws, you can pull the FUSER out and check the gears.

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Knocking noise


sounds like the developper
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