Question about Panasonic KV-S2026C Pass-Through Scanner
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Remove paper from scanner
I have this same problem every time I unplug my Panasonic KV-2026C. I've lost the original disk with the utilities, and the Panasonic web site says, they only provide the disk with the original equipment. You know, I'll never buy another Panasonic product. But I'm usually able to get the ready light to come back on by doing the following. I use a clean cloth that is soaked in Rubbing Alcohol (not nail polish remover, but pure rubbing alcohol). I basically open up the back, and clean each roller. There are two green tabs at the top of the back of the scanner. These need to be opened up (be careful, because the parts sort of fall out if you're not careful, and they are difficult to re-assemble). Again, wipe everything down with the rubbing alcohol. Close up the upper tabs. Make sure you wipe down the glass slits on both the door (front-of-the-page scanning port) and on the unit itsel (back-of-the-page scanning port). Before you close up the back door, let it sit for about 5 minutes, allowing the rubbing alcohol to evaporate. I also connect the scanner to the laptop and get the "blip" sound from Windows to recognize the scanner. I don't know if that's important or not. Then I say a healthy prayer, plug it back in and shut the back door. If there is a god on duty that day, the ready light comes on, and stays on as long as I have the power connected. I just went through the process and it worked!!!! The minute the power is off, the error light stays on. Good luck, my friends! Joe Diehl, Seattle WA
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
SOURCE: The scanner wont scan, everytime
These scanners have multiple sensors, that can check if there is a double feed or paper jam. May be one of them is faulty or a small piece of paper is stuck there. Remove/clean this and the scanner will be fine.
S. Mohan, Chennai, India
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
This one is easy, its yoru exit sensor, the only sensor in the scanner "looking" up, so dust sits on it untill it thinks its paper. slide in a cotton bud or blow air in the small recess between the 2 black exit rollers visable where the paper exits from.
let me know how you get on.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
one thing that error occurred when sensor key stuck or sensor covered with dust, one way to check is general preventive maintenance procedure, remove all back and side cover need vacuum cleaner to do cleaning. check sensor key not stuck up you can check that by manually move back and port. put some grease to plastic gear. you can take note everything for re assemble.
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
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