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Std Bin Full

My Optra T614 says Std bin full on the message screen even through there is only a few sheets of paper in tray 1. Does it mean something else?

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If you see the flag at the paer exit, where the printed paper is.

Posted on Jul 18, 2008

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.

Posted on Oct 31, 2008

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