The Std Bin is the 'bin' (recepticle/tray) on the top of the printer where the prints come out. There is 'flag' (a plastic sensor) which hangs down onto the top of the printer. This senses whether there is enough room for any more prints to be produced before jamming further prints. If the sensor is stuck then it may register the bin to be full even if it isn't. Make sure it flaps loosely - clean it if it sticks.
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This error is cause by either having your output paper bin full of paper or the flag sensor out of alignment where the paper comes out of the top. Look at the top f the printer where the paper comes out and you should see a black plastic sensor flag, it should move freely. If it is stuck remove the top cover above it and try to free it so it can move. Below is a picture of the printer with the output sensor flag circled.
The waste bin full error can occur if the waste bin was not removed
from the machine for over 10 seconds when it was emptied. Please remove
the waste bin and wait for a full 10 to 20 seconds before replacing the
If the message still displays turn off the machine and leave it off
for 1 minute then turn the machine back on.
Then run software update to make sure you have the latest OS updates.
Here's an article in the Lexmark website on A "Remove Paper - Standard Bin" or a "Std Bin Full error" Is Appearing on an E250d(n), E350d, E352dn, or E450dn Printer. Just click on this link: http://bit.ly/do0N3V. Read thoroughly and follow the instructions. Hope this helps. But if problem persists, I strongly suggest you contact Lexmark Technical Support to further investigate the problem. Thanks.
I had the same problem and it was driving me nuts. Turns out it was nothing more than the little flap that hangs down at the left hand corner of the output tray. It was stuck in the up position. After resetting it I had to cycle the power and everything is copacetic. Hope that helps
There is a small flip lever that monitors the paper output. If this gets stuck it will give this message. This is on the left side where the paper exits the printer. You may also have a bad sensor but most of the time it just gets stuck.
The Standard Bin Full message is refering to the main output tray for the printer. If you have nothing mounted to the top of the printer, then the standard tray is where the paper is exiting.
What the message is telling you the bin is full and it is not, most likley the failure is that the sensor (a piece of wire is jammed in the up position. Just release the wire and let it hang down. That should clear your message and let you start printing again.