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I have toshiba e-studio 200. The ADF feeding can not be completed. I mean in the middle of feeding process the original paper stock inside ADF.

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not really familiar with this model, however, you should be able to open the cover (slightly) where the paper feeds in and you will see some rubber rollers (likely top and bottom), try cleaning these with a rag dampened with some alcohol (preferably), or water, and turning gently (do not force). If you use water, dry them afterward

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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SOURCE: Error code C380 paper feed failure

c380 indicates auto-toner error for black developer (K).

Check following:

Is the harness between the LGC board and the developer unit drawer connector open-circuited?
Is any harness inside the developer unit or the auto-toner sensor harness open-circuited?
Is the auto-toner sensor connector or the connector CN341 on the LGC board disconnected?

IF connector no problems, then u probably need to replace the auto toner sensor.

Posted on May 28, 2009

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That doesn't work call or contact Toshiba.com

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Check that the cable that comes out of the back of the feeder is plugged in completely. If not, turn off the machine and unplug the copier before plugging the adf connector in, then turn machine back on.

If that is not the problem, the sensor flag or sensor may be out of place. Where the paper goes in, there should be a black plastic flag hanging down that the paper will move when you insert it, If you can see it and it seems to move properly, then the sensor may be out of place or the sensor/feed medchanism is out of place and it is a little tricky to explain here. The sensor is above the flag, but under a metal plate and you may mess it up worse by trying to take it apart.

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When i switch on my photocopier tohiba 2860, it asks for service and gives an error code 08221-918100. what could be the problem?


Hi tkasirye,

Welcome to Fixya.

You may need to check again the error code. According to the manufacturer's checklist for error codes, only the following are documented;

  1. Error Codes - Toshiba 2860

  1. "E01" Paper jam inside machine. "E02" Paper jam near the fuser. "E03" Paper jammed inside machine when power supply is switched on. "E04" Front cover open while copying. "E05" Paper jam near the aligning roller "E08" Paper jam at stacking area in the ADU "E11" Paper feeding jam at the ADU "E12" Manual feeding jam "E13" Paper jam from cassette 1 "E14" Paper jam from cassette 2 "E15" Paper jam from cassette 3 "E16" Paper jam from cassette 4 "E17" Paper jam from cassette 5 "E19" Paper jam from the LCF "E21" Paper jam in transport route 1 (LCF) "E22" Paper jam in transport route 2 (COPIER) "E23" Paper jam in transport route 3 (ALIGNING) "E25" Paper jam in transport route 4 (PFP) "E71" Original feed jam in ADF "E72" Original transporting jam in ADF "E73" Original exiting jam in ADF "E75" 2nd original feeding jam "E81" Paper jam before sorter "E82" Paper jam in sorter "E83" Sorter early arrival jam "E84" Paper in sorter when power is turned on "E85" Joint open jam while copying "E88" Paper jam outside the sorter bin "C01" Abnormal operation of the copier main motor "C04" Abnormal operation of the PFP main motor "C05" Abnormal operation of the ADU main motor "C11" Abnormal operation of the ADU side motor "C12" Abnormal operation of the ADU end motor "C13" Abnormal operation of the upper cassette tray "C14" Abnormal operation of the lower cassette tray "C15" Abnormal operation of the PFP upper cassette tray "C16" Abnormal operation of the PFP middle cassette tray "C17" Abnormal operation of the PFP lower cassette tray "C18" Abnormal operation of the LCF tray "C21" Optics carriage initialize error "C22" Lens initialize error "C23" Mirror initialize error "C26" Faulty exposure lamp "C33" Easy set-up is failed "C35" Developer material exists at the transfer separation adjustment "C41" Faulty thermistor or heater "C43" Faulty thermistor "C44" Faulty heater "C45" Sub thermistor is open
Shoulg you not find any of these mentioned error codes, I suggest you contact the tech support especially if the machine is still under warranty.

Hope this helps.

Takasashi

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It stopped faxing through the feeder and said feeder errror. its a HP j4680 all in one office jet


Hello, Brittany.

Give this a try (from HP Support):

Complete the following steps to check the condition of the paper, reload the original, and then open and close the Automatic Document Feeder cover.

The main reason for this issue is that the ADF rollers that pick up the papers might not grip the paper because dirt sticks to the rollers.

Step One: Check the paper and reload the original
The condition of the paper, or the amount of paper, might prevent the ADF from picking it up and feeding it through the product.

1. Make sure that the ADF tray contains fewer than 25 sheets of paper.
2. Make sure that the ADF tray contains no photo paper or carbon paper.
3. Make sure the paper in the ADF tray meets the following criteria:
* No curls, folds, creases, or tears
* No staples or clips attached
NOTE: Folded paper, torn paper, or paper with rough edges might not feed correctly. If your original is folded or damaged, either reprint the original or try to smooth out the damaged portions.
4. Reload your original, with the print side up, into the ADF tray. Place the pages so that the top edge of the document goes in first. Slide the paper into the ADF tray until you hear a beep or see a message on the display indicating that the loaded pages are detected.

* If still a problem, go to the next step.

Step Two: Open and close the ADF cover
NOTE: Remove all originals from the ADF tray before you open the ADF cover.

1. Open the ADF cover, and then close it again.
2. Press the OK button.

* If still a problem, go to the next step.

Follow these steps to turn the product off and then on again.

1. Press the Power button to turn off the product.
2. Wait 15 seconds.
3. Press the Power button to turn on the product.

Hope this helps.

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please do the following..
  • Open the ADF cover.
  • If shipping tape is present on the blue document feed-guide assembly, remove the tape.
  • Using the blue handle, lift the ADF rollers.
  • Remove the document.
  • Lower the ADF rollers.
  • Press the two tabs on the document feed-guide assembly to secure the assembly into the proper position.
  • Close the ADF cover.
  • Fax, scan, or copy again.
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    ERROR E 725 AND MISFEED IN ADF


    Most times on these machines the most common problem is worn document rollers.
    Cleaning them will improve document feeding, most times they have to be replaced espeicailly the lower ****** roll or ****** pad. These pads and ****** rolls will cause multi-sheet feeds when they are worn.
    Sometimes paper hole punches fall into the machine and cause sensor actuator arms not to go up and down, or just bearly resting on the face of the sensor.
    At times linkages will bind, paper dust on the sensors causes jams, sensor actuators bind and will pop off its mounting position Clutches will not work correctly, they slip and too fast for the eye to see.

    If there are further inside dissassebley of the ADF, this might take a service technition to look further into the matter for repair.

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    I have a message coming up that I don't know what it means.


    ADF = Auto Document Feeder (Usually on top)

    RADF = Rear Auto Document Feeder, (On the back)

    Something is stuck in one of these, a piece of paper, foam, paperclip, twist tie . . . it could be anything. Follow the squealing sound and check the paper feeder rollers.

    Find what is in the way and remove it.

    Cheers.

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