Question about Dell M5200n Laser Printer
Remove Paper Standard Bin error message on printer also blinking green light
There is a flag in the output bin that lets the printer know when there is too much paper on top of the printer and it stops so that the papers do not continue to feed out and overflow.
Either the flag is stuck in the up position, in which case you can just gently move it so it is hanging straight down, or the flag has been broken off and no longer functional ( in which case the flag and/or sensor would need to be replaced).
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
I am getting this error message and platic piece which I believe is the same as the "flag" that you refer to is broken do you know where I can order a replacement flag and or sensor? Is there any way to confirm it is the flag versus the sensor?
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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