Question about Oki Electric Industry MB280 MFP 22PPM 120V-E/F/P/S Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have to look under the cover remove the black plastic cover, Remove in the left side by sliding the litte plastic tab in to the mittele and gently pull up, when it is loose in the left side slide it on to the mittle and it will go of in the right side too, Now remove the next black plastic cover, it's all black with at little "sharkfin" i the center, Just pull genltly upwards, and under there is the "380" It is at little tab, just wrikele it a few times. Now just assemble the printer an you are good to go
Posted on May 17, 2010
Check the area where its showing the paper jam to see if there are bits of paper there. Most of these issues are caused by tiny pieces of paper blocking the sensors.
Posted on May 04, 2011
There is little of paper in printer. Take the toner out and with very attention see, it must be in taht place, from where the paper going out, or that place from where taking paper, it can bee small paper.
Posted on Oct 28, 2012
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There are a number of conditions that can cause paper jams. First, check the condition of the paper. You should use only clean, undamaged paper designed for inkjet printers. Remove the paper and fan the edge to make sure it is not sticking together.
Next, make sure that the paper is properly loaded. The edge guides should be snug against the paper without causing it to buckle. Do not force paper into the printer.
Finally, check that there are no obstructions in the paper path. Use a flashlight to look into the printer. If you are physically able to lift your printer, remove the paper, turn the printer upside down and shake it a few times.
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Make sure that the printer is turned off.
Open the printer cover by pressing the latch on the left side of the printer and lifting the cover up all the way.
Warning: Opening the printer cover exposes the fuser, which is marked CAUTION Hot Surface Avoid Contact. Be careful not to touch the fuser. If the printer has been in use, the fuser may be very hot.
1. CAUTION Hot Surface Avoid Contact
Remove the developer cartridge.
Caution: When removing the developer cartridge, never touch the developing roller under the flap; otherwise, print quality may decline.
Remove the photoconductor unit.
Caution: Never touch the photoconductor unit's light-sensitive drum; otherwise, print quality may decline.
Remove the paper from the paper path.
Note: If paper is jammed at the fuser, grasp the bottom of the paper and pull it out.
Reinstall the photoconductor unit, and then the developer cartridge.
Close the printer cover.
Tap the edges of the stack of paper on a flat surface and carefully reload it into the MP tray. (Do not reload curled or wrinkled sheets.)
Printing automatically restarts from the page that jammed. If the Paper light stays on after removing all jammed paper, open and close the printer cover to clear the error.
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