Question about HP OfficeJet 6110 All-In-One InkJet Printer
I am trying to copy. The LCD readout says "original loaded". I put the paper on the glass and close the lid. I push 'black' for copy and it says copying 1of 1, Then it comes up and says 'reload document then restart job'
and the exclamation point starts blinking
This black piece he has referred to resides in the top cover of the LED and it is spring loaded. There are two holes in the top of the ADF that this black spring loaded sensor flag resides in. This sensor flag should move freely and is should spring back in to place.
Posted on May 21, 2008
The machine is falsely reading that there is paper in the Automatic Document Feeder. That is why it is saying "Original Loaded" before you put the paper on the glass. When you hit Copy, it is trying to pull paper in from the ADF, when it doesn't get any, it reads "Reload Document" because it thinks there is a jam. There is either something stuck in the ADF causing it to trip the paper sensor, or the paper sensor is broken or dislodged. Open the top cover of the Auto Feeder and look for a small black piece of plastic that looks like it moves back and forth when paper hits it and see if there is anything wrong with it.
Hope it helps!
Posted on May 19, 2008
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If it is along the edge of the print, it may be the edge of the book page you are seeing. if it is going through the text of the page, your scan carriage is likely skipping. If you don't see this on copies of single sheets of paper laid on the glass, then the weight of the book may be deforming the glass enough to catch the scan carriage as it passes. If you see it on single copied sheets, there is probably something on one of the scan rails under the glass that the carriage is "hopping" over as it passes. You could try watching the scan carriage move while holding the lid open to see if the carriage "hops" once during a scan.
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