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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
best solution would be:
if you remove the waste box you'll see blue knob and above there is a sensor now take a look at the waste box and find the place what goes between the sensor. you should cut off one side and clean the other sides and then use some invisible tape to fix the hole. and try again.
so anyway the point is this place what goes between the sensor have to be clean. its not good idea to cut or remove the sensor at all because next time the box will be full you don't know that and it will brake your printer.
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
I am using Vista 64 and a 2300DL in the same manner as abertola003. I downloaded the Latest driver from Konica Website and everything is working well.
the driver is named Konica-Minolta 2300DL (unidrv)
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
This happened to me last week. A label (or part of it) has adhered to the belt inside the printer. It's an easy fix. Turn off printer and open the side door. Remove waste toner bottle. Lift blue handle in direction of arrow to 11 o'clock position to release belt unit. Carefully remove OPC drum by pressing and pulling handle as shown by little graphic (try not to leave this drum in lighted area and don't touch green drum with fingers). Next, remove two chrome thumbscrews (may have to use slotted screwdriver) on either side of belt unit, then pull out belt unit and inspect to find stuck label. You can rotate belt easily. I removed stuck label and then cleaned glue residue with Elmer's Sticky Out ( a citrus product with no solvents) and a soft cloth. Clean thoroughly and replace belt unit, replaced thumbscrews, OPC drum, and finally, the Waste Toner bottle. Close door, turn on printer and test.
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
SOURCE: Paper Mismatch
I had this problem on the 6300 and was able to fix it by doing the following:
After selecting print, select preferences.
Select the Features tab.
Under Resizing Options, select "Custom" from the drop down menu.
Put in the custom dimensions of the paper on which you are printing.
Save it under a new name (e.g., "Invitation")
When it is time to print,
Select "More" from the drop down tab under Resizing Options.
At the bottom of the list of those options, you will see your custom sized saved.
Select it, and happy printing.
Posted on May 04, 2009
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